BLOG: Follow the white rabbit social media and networking!'

Posted on 2nd Sep 2021

I love social media; it is a great way to keep in touch and be social, find out what is going on in your area, and share your snapshots with friends and family. I have always had it down on ...

BLOG: A PhD, a pandemic and 'you're on mute!'

Posted on 24th Aug 2021

  'The future has a way of arriving unannounced' ~ George F. Will  Oh, the future, the times we live in and the times we live through, some of which can be expected and...

A Message from the President

Posted on 31st Jul 2021

Dear ISCoS Family, As we  count down the days to our 60th anniversary conference which is again totally virtual but this time on North American West Coast summertime (last year was on ...

Introducing the COVID-19 and SCI Database (Cov-SCID)

Posted on 31st Jul 2021

A novel COVID-19 and SCI Database (Cov-SCID) is being implemented by ISCoS through its External Relations Committee (ERC) partnering with the University of Sydney, Australia. The project is ...

International spinal cord injury survey

Posted on 31st Jul 2021

International spinal cord injury survey First cross-country study of the lived experience of SCI    The International Spinal Cord Injury (InSCI) community survey is a joint ini...


Posted on 22nd Jul 2021

  Dear Members, For the sixth year in a row, the world SCI Day will be celebrated worldwide on 5th September 2021, and will focus on prevention of Covid-19 in persons with spinal co...

BLOG: Around the world in 80 tweets

Posted on 8th Jul 2021

  Phileas Fogg: ‘This is what happens when you leave home. You meet... people.’ ‘Around the world in 80 days’ was written in 1873, sharing the adventures of Ph...

Pain researchers in Australia need help understanding pain in people with spinal cord injury.

Posted on 6th Jul 2021

Kimberly Talaber, a physiotherapist and PhD candidate at Griffith University, is exploring what it means to have pain following spinal cord injury. Findings of this study will be used...

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