In 2018, Dr. Horner formally launched the Neural Control of Organ Degeneration and Regeneration (NeuralCODR) Fellowship program, which trains the next generation of basic science researchers focusing on the intersection of neural development, engineering and communication between the injured brain and peripheral organs. It also provides our fellows with a rare, but much needed, hands-on clinical experience and long-term clinical advisement. We are excited to announce the NIH has awarded Dr. Horner with a T32 award to further develop this program. The current faculty are listed below. For additional information, please visit