Editor-in-Chief Spinal Cord and Spinal Cord Series & Cases

Posted on 25th Sep 2020

 The International Spinal Cord Society is seeking an Editor-in-Chief to be at the helm of the ISCoS journals  Attached please find the  job advertisement advising o...

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Department of Medicine at the University of British Colombia, Vancouver

Posted on 16th Sep 2020

Dr. Andrei Krassioukov’s laboratory is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to perform clinical research related to autonomic dysfunctions (e.g. abnormal cardiovascular control; bladder, bowe...

Early Rehabilitation in Conflicts and Disasters Field Handbook

Posted on 26th Aug 2020

The provision of early rehabilitation in conflict and disaster response is crucial to achieving optimal functioning and community reintegration outcomes in the survivors. This is an emer...

Message from the President

Posted on 24th Aug 2020

Let us rise up together to the challenge posed by spinal injuries Dear Colleagues, I  want to use this opportunity of being able to reach out to all of you through my last Newsletter ...

Spinal Cord is pleased to announce the following winners of the best papers in 2019

Posted on 24th Aug 2020

The “people’s choice” is determined by the number of downloads, and the “best paper” is determined by the Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors of the Journal S...

Spinal Cord Injury Day

Posted on 12th Aug 2020

Spinal Cord Injury Day occurs every year on September 5th. The theme of this year's event is Covid-19 and SCI: Staying Well. See the World SCI Day Website for more details and please le...

A Champion in Accessible Design, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum Opens in Colorado Springs

Posted on 3rd Aug 2020

The Games may be canceled this year, but you can still get a virtual taste of glory

COVD Research Project University of Minnesota

Posted on 10th Jun 2020

I'm an ISCoS member and a Psychologist/Researcher at the University of Minnesota.  I have developed an IRB approved research study looking at the impact of the COVID-19 community in ter...

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