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  • Make A Gift

    We are grateful for your gift to the Center for Neural Injury and Recovery. Funding from private organizations and individual donors is critical to the medical research enterprise, particularly in

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  • Special NIP Trainee Events

    Elevator Pitches. Can you describe your science in 60 seconds? Shadow Day at MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital Shadow an NIH Neurosurgeon Bring it to the table

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  • Elevator Pitches

    Can you describe your science in 60 seconds?NIP trainees can! Each semester NIP trainees participate in special training sessions. In April 2015 the training was for presenting one's research clea

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  • Contact Us

    For more information regarding the CNIR, please contact: Dr. Kathleen Maguire-Zeiss

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  • Journal Club

    Fridays at Noon in the Neuroscience Library The purpose of this journal club is to critically discuss the current literature relevant to CNIR and to gain experience with an oral presenta

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  • NIP Trainees

    NIP Trainees 2021-2022 Academic Year Ismary Blanco: Predoctoral Trainee (NRSA awarded)Mentor: Katherine Conant, MDThesis Research: Stress and depressive-like behaviors in zebrafish; char

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  • NIP Training Grant

    The Training Program in Neural Injury and Plasticity (NIP) grew from the Center for Neural Injury and Recovery (CNIR) and represents a unique and highly collaborative endeavor at Georgetown Unive

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  • CNIR Research

    We study the basic molecular mechanisms that lead to neurodegeneration in many different nervous system disorders and the fundamental mechanisms that support development and recovery of function.  We

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  • CNIR Faculty

    Gerard Ahern, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology, GUMCPlasticity of neurons in response to pain signaling, focusing on capsaicin and voltage dependent sodium channels. M

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