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DetailsThe fundraiser is a tribute to Dr Nick Davey, neuroscientist and a spinal injuries researcher of international repute, who was tragically killed in a car crash in February of this year. Nick, a senior lecturer at Imperial College London, was passionate about helping people with spinal cord injuries. He was moved by the fact that people go from being healthy independent adults to suddenly being completely paralysed and disabled. His research was focused on developing a novel therapy to help recovery from spinal cord injury. He is well known for his efforts towards making repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation a potential therapeutic tool for treating spinal cord injury. Anna is a spinal injuries researcher and a member of the spinal injuries research team at Imperial College London. She is also a physiotherapist and a classical bharathanatyam dancer. Her passion being movement, she tries to understand movement through research, experience movement though dance and impart movement through physiotherapy. Suzannah Povey from Spinal Research said Spinal injuries researcher and classical dancer dances to raise funds in memory of Dr Nick Davey.
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