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Gary Steinberg, a clinician-researcher at Stanford University in California, led the phase I/IIa study and is leading the larger, multicentre phase IIb study, which is recruiting patients 6 months to 5 years after an ischaemic stroke

Gary Steinberg, a clinician-researcher at Stanford University in California, says that brain cells and neural circuits are not dead after a stroke and we need to figure out how to resurrect them

Source  Stanford University