ReWalk now FDA-approved
The ReWalk, an Israeli-made robotic exoskeleton that helps people with spinal cord injury to walk again, is now approved by the FDA. A research team at the Bronx VA has been teaching Veterans to use the device and studying its impact on quality of life.
Conference promotes research on women Veterans
More than 100 providers, researchers, and policymakers attended the 2014 VA Women Veterans' Health Services Research Conference. The theme was partnership.
One-two punch for Alzheimer's?
An experimental drug being tested in lab studies at the Bronx VA not only blocks plaque-forming amyloid, but also spurs new brain cells. The researchers plan to test it for TBI, also.
Mission StatementThe Office of Research and Development (ORD) aspires to discover knowledge, develop VA researchers and health care leaders, and create innovations that advance health care for our Veterans and the Nation. Read More
Participating in ResearchEach year, dedicated researchers and volunteers work together on thousands of studies at VA Medical Centers, outpatient clinics, and nursing homes. These studies have contributed significantly to advancements in health care for Veterans and the larger population. The VA Research Program aspires to discover knowledge through research, develop VA researchers and health care leaders, and create innovations that advance health care for our Veterans and the Nation. Read More
Media RoundtablesVirtual media roundtables provide reporters with an opportunity for direct discussion with leading VA researchers on key research topics and portfolio areas. Each hour-long session includes brief remarks by researchers on a designated topic followed by a question and answer session. Reporters may participate in-person at VA headquarters in Washington, D.C., or by teleconference. Read More