The SRI is thrilled to announce that we have funded seven International Travel Collaboration Grants to some of our brightest up and coming researchers in the field of spinal cord injury.
The seven recipients are spinal cord injury specialists with clinical and research backgrounds in physiotherapy, occupational therapy and exercise physiology, and were chosen from a strong field of applicants.
This SRI is pleased to be able to offer the multiple grant program again this year as it is designed to make a significant impact on progressing the research of our talented early career researchers.
The grant will enable all recipients to attend the 58th International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) Annual Scientific Meeting in Nice, France in early November. It will be an important step for them towards increased collaboration and research opportunities.
We look forward to meeting our grant recipients in Nice and will be sharing more in the future about their experiences and how the grant will impact their research.
Congratulations to the following people:
- Dr Mohit Arora, University of Sydney, Australia
- Dr Vanesa Bochkenzanian, CQ University, Australia
- Matthew Farrow, University of Bath, United Kingdom
- Mohammad Hossain, University of Sydney, Australia
- Georges Meya Kiala, University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
- Vikas Kumar, Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, India
- Nishu Tyagi, Mahatma Gandhi University, India, and Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, India
Read more about the grants and past recipients.