BEAT PARALYSIS Together, we are transforming treatment for paralysis recovery in North America.
Our goal for 2021 is to raise $645,000 to keep two important research projects on schedule.
(1) Edgerton Neuromuscular Research Laboratory | UCLA
The first 12 of 24 patients with quadriplegia have begun receiving paralysis recovery treatment in the world's largest spinal neuromodulation study focused on recovering hand 'gripping' function.
(2) Neural Engineering Laboratory | Mayo Clinic
Four patients with paraplegia will join the next phase of a research study that was the first in the world to 'validate' paralysis recovery results using spinal neuromodulation treatment.
BEAT PARALYSIS CAMPAIGN - $1.3 Million over 3 Years BEAT PARALYSIS is a 3-year (2020 - 2021 - 2023) campaign by the Jack Jablonski Foundation to raise $1.3 million
to transform treatment for paralysis recovery using spinal neuromodulation by funding research projects at
the Edgerton Neuromuscular Research Laboratory (UCLA) & the Neural Engineering Laboratory (Mayo Clinic).
We are well on our way to success! Please join us and help get this done.
Year 1 (2020) - Goal: $475,000 Raised: $535,403 last year
Year 2 (2021) - Goal: $645,000
Year 3 (2023) - Goal: $180,000