She will also use sophisticated live animal imaging techniques to track the fate of transplanted stem cells.

Recently, stem cells have been shown to behave as beacons that can specifically home in on sites of inflammation, calm the immune response and enhance innate repair.

Building on the efforts of 1963 (including the Freedom Ballot and registration efforts in Greenwood), Moses prevailed over doubts among SNCC and COFO workers, and planning for Freedom Summer began in February 1964.

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They had excluded most blacks from voting since the turn of the century by creating barriers to voter registration and election through the 1890 constitution and other laws.

The project also set up dozens of Freedom Schools, Freedom Houses, and community centers in small towns throughout Mississippi to aid the local black population.

However, it may turn out to be that by exploiting these homing properties, stem cells will be even more beneficial if used as a delivery system for targeted treatments.

Current MS therapies targeting the immune system benefit only a proportion of patients and the next ‘holygrail’ for MS research is to discover therapies that will repair existing nerve damage.

”There were a number of leading international MS researchers there, including significant contributors to the area of stem cell treatment for MS, which made attending this conference particularly rewarding.”1. The prospect of stem cells as multi-faceted purveyors of immune modulation, repair and regeneration in multiple sclerosis.

Freedom Summer, or the Mississippi Summer Project, was a volunteer campaign in the United States launched in June 1964 to attempt to register as many African-American voters as possible in Mississippi.

Ms Payne’s research has been extraordinarily successful and she has already made a significant contribution to Australian MS research despite being in the early stages of her career.

Her research has resulted in three publications in international peer-reviewed journals, with a further three on the way.

In 1963, SNCC organized a mock "Freedom Vote" designed to demonstrate the will of Black Mississippians to vote, if not impeded by terror and intimidation.