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Exploring The Frontiers Of Spinal Cord Injury Recovery

In the aftermath of Mark’s catastrophic spinal cord injury in 2010, he drew on his experiences as an adventure athlete. It started with the simple principle that moving was better than staying still. And, that has led onto a personal quest to cure paralysis in our...

A Cocktail Of Interventions Across Disciplines

Mark speaks about what it will take to cure paralysis in our lifetime. In particular he focuses on why it will take a cocktail of interventions and the importance of collaboration across...

Providing Others With Access To Exoskeletons

We launched an Exoskeleton Access Programme at Dublin City University to provide access to paralysed people, stroke patients, those with MS and other neurological conditions for a nominal fee. One of those people talks about her experience of using the Ekso Bionics...

In the Pink Podcast with Natalie Pinkham

Sky TV presenter and Formula One pit lane reporter, Natalie Pinkham, interviewed Mark about how he has learned to build resilience and collaborate with others for her In The Pink podcast. You can hear the full In The Pink podcast here:...

Acknowledging progress on CNN

In this profile video for CNN, Mark and his fiancé, human rights lawyer Simone George, discuss the incredible and sometimes frustrating progress on their mission to cure paralysis in our lifetime.  ...

Monocle 24 – Lewis Hamilton

Through Mark’s role as a UBS Global Visionary he linked up with 5 time F1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, and discussed ideas around the competitor’s mindset, risking failure in pursuit of success and how to stay resilient in the face of challenges. You can hear the...

UBS On-Air

Andrew Little and Daniel Cassidy from UBS On-Air podcast talk to Mark about how he is exploring the intersection where humans and technology collide to cure paralysis in our lifetime. In particular they focus on the importance of storytelling in building meaningful...

Catalysing Collaborations Across The Globe

The therapies that have the ability to make a difference are locked inside university labs or underfunded start-ups. Mark presented that problem to his colleagues in the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders during an education module in Oxford along with his...