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Particpate in Research

Get Involved. Major advances in the treatment and management of spinal cord injury rely on volunteers to participate in research.

Volunteers with Spinal Cord Injury Required

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Collaborate in Research

Work Together. Collaborative research development, advice on study design and feasibility, optimised research participation, higher degree and fellowship opportunities.

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Donate Now. Support vital investment in research to improve the wellbeing of people living with spinal cord injury.

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About Us

The SRI aims to facilitate world-class research to improve the wellbeing of people living with spinal cord injury by bringing together research and clinical expertise, coordinating and promoting participation in research and by building dedicated research infrastructure.

Latest News

The goal of the Conquer Paralysis Now (CPN) Challenge is to accelerate the development of...

The SRI’s inaugural Lecture & Lunch engagement event was...

Big congratulations to SRI Ambassador Jason Ellery, and his...

SRI Ambassador and professional wheelchair rugby player Jason Ellery has the 2016 Rio Paralympic...

The 2014 Spinal Cord Injury Research Forum was held on 16 May at the Austin Hospital's Education...

The Pause for Safety campaign was launched on ...

The Spinal Cord Injury Network is pleased to...

SCIN's Connections 2014 "From research to community" will be...

Dr Ian Mosley has been awarded the inaugural Spinal Research Institute (SRI) Clinical Research...

Dr Min Goh’s Doctor of Medical Science thesis work “Development, prevalence and treatment of...

The Spinal Research Institute was offically launched on Wednesday 24 October during the welcome...

Conferences & Events

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7 September 2015
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SRI Brochure - 2014