Supporting early career researchers: Dr Sintip Pattanakuhar (Thailand)

The SRI first became aware of Dr Sintip Pattanakuhar, a Rehabilitation Physician at the Faculty of Medicine at Chiang Mai University in Thailand, in 2019. Read about his progress since then!

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SRI’s Writing Prize aims for greater diversity in its third year

If you’re a spinal cord injury researcher or clinician, we’re asking you to write about your research in 800 words. This is a unique opportunity to present your research to a non-scientific audience, and that’s why we’d like you to use easy-to-understand language.

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Help us connect researchers and the spinal cord injury community this EOFY!

20,800 Australians have a spinal cord injury. Wouldn’t a cure for spinal cord injury be incredible? How about the secondary health complications… improved bladder and bowel function? Better respiratory health or pain management? Definitely.

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Why Research Matters – Out now!

We’re very pleased to bring you the 2021 edition of Why Research Matters: A collection of spinal cord research from around the world – a compilation of the top eight entries from the Spinal Research Institute’s 2021 Spinal Cord Injury Research Writing Prize.

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End of year Ambassador event

Today we held a virtual catch-up with our local ambassadors to reflect on our 10th anniversary year, and connect before the end of the year.

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Meet a researcher: Dr Dearbhaile Dooley

Dr Dearbhaile Dooley is a Principal Investigator based at the School of Medicine, University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland and leads a preclinical spinal cord injury (SCI) research group. Dearbhaile is a member of the Spinal Cord Research Hub and she tells us about her research.

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Meet a researcher: Kholofelo Mashola

Kholofelo Mashola is an early career researcher in the field of adult neurology, particularly SCI. She is in her final year of her doctorate degree in physiotherapy, with a focus on pain after SCI. We asked her a few questions about her interests and aims.

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ISCoS 2021 – A presenter’s perspective

Consumer Engagement Lead, Antonio Vecchio, shares a presenter’s perspective from the recent International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) Annual Scientific Meeting, where he co-presented two workshops with international colleagues.

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ISCoS 2021 Highlights

At the end of September, members of the Spinal Research Institute team attended the 60th International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) Annual Scientific Meeting. Our CEO, Kristine Hendry, and International Research Collaborations Manager, Emma Peleg, share their highlights.

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