…patients with spinal cord injuries often suffer from excruciating pain? Our colleague Wolfgang Illek is quadriplegic and knows why.
How does Wings for Life decide on supporting a new research project? How much does such a project cost? And when do researchers deliver their initial findings? CEO International Anita Gerhardter has all the answers.
Here is the story of our second clay pigeon shoot, which saw devoted individuals raising over £115,000 for spinal cord research.
Thanks to our generous donors and the many participants at the Wings for Life World Run, we were able to pledge our support to 25 new projects this year.
Exciting results from a French research team: a crustacean molecule helps repair the injured spinal cord.
Our central nervous system contains some 100 billion neurons and each of them connects to about 10,000 other neurons, generating a quadrillion connections. Read more about this complex network here.
Why is a medication well tolerated by some while it might be intolerable for others? Biologist Vieri Failli explains the details.
During their renovation, Hotel Victoria Nürnberg in Germany started their “Victoria Challenge”. Read more about what´s behind this unique campaign.
Hugo and Ross flew their paramotors into the heart of Australia. Their mission was to challenge limits and collect donations for Wings for Life.
In May, scientists that received a grant from Wings for Life gathered in Salzburg, Austria to present the advancement of their research. This is why it is so important.
Beginner runners through to professionals joined the Wings for Life World Run 2017 and supported spinal cord research. Now the preregistration for 2018 is open.