2017 Leading ground breaking scientific research

Dr. Neil Fleming, our lead scientist, conducts study seeking to assess the level of excitability within the spinal cord in a matched group of 25 healthy controls and 25 individuals suffering from a spinal cord injury. 12 person pre-clinical trial begins in Trinity...

2016 Scaling up

Launched $6 million Series B investment round to fund the next stage of development of NeuroRecovery Technologies. 28,000 people take part in Run in the Dark run series in 51 cities across the world.

2015 Transatlantic academic collaboration

Mark Pollock Trust employs Post-Doc Research Fellow in Dublin which signals the start of collaboration between UCLA and Trinity College Dublin. Facilitates formation of $4m venture philanthropy fund involving a Silicon Valley VC and US Foundation to help commercialise...

2014 Research and collaboration

Mark becomes the world’s first person with chronic complete paralysis to regain enough voluntary control to actively take steps in a robotic exoskeleton. Mark speaks at TEDx Hollywood (USA). The Trust connects the Reeve Foundation in the US and Wings for Life in...

2013 Moving to the world stage

2013 Moving to the world stage Mark is elected to the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders for a 6 year term. Simone & Mark join board of Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.