Al & Val Rosenstrauss Fellow, Associate Professor Sylvia Gustin, from NeuRA and UNSW, and her US collaborator Associate Professor Zina Trost from Virginia Commonwealth University will lead the first-ever study to examine the underlying brain processes associated with treatment and pain recovery in people with spinal cord injury; and the preliminary results are strong. A/Prof. Gustin says “Our cutting-edge research uses virtual reality to facilitate an immersive walking experience that can reactivate the brain’s sensorimotor signals and thereby ease the pain these people are in”. Click here to find out more.