A spinal cord injury can happen to anyone at any time. In just one moment life is changed forever. Our vision is to promote recovery from spinal cord injury and ultimately work towards a cure. 

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Sign our online petition! 

We have launched an online petition seeking funding from the Australian Federal Government to use ‘SpinalCARE’ to accrue data on all new cases of spinal cord injury across Australia.

The Network is actively campaigning the Federal Government, and we have been collecting support from various units, institutions, organisations and education bodies –but we need your support!  

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Run for Charity   

Walk, run, swim, cycle – even skydive. 
Whatever you preference, you can make a difference in 2016.

Registrations are now open for a number of events across Australia.
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Latest News

The Australian Spinal Cord Injury Network is excited to announce that Louise MacLellan based at the Victorian Spinal Cord Service at Austin Health has been awarded a PhD Scholarship from the Kevin Hortle Scholarship Fund. Louise’s project “Urinary complication outcomes in spinal cord injured patients following a change in hospital bladder management protocol” aims to help provide foundational research to better understand effective bladder management. Read more

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Read more

The Neurotrauma Research Program and the Australian Spinal Cord Injury Network would like to thank everyone who attended the 2015 Perth Research Showcase at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, on the 24th of November.  Read more

We are excited to announce that a dear member of the Network, Kevin Hortle, has made a donation that will push the boundaries of spinal cord injury research. Read more

We are all too familiar with so many spinal cord injury stories, however we are not so familiar with ones of recovery.
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The Network would like to thank more than 80 people who registered and everyone who braved the terrible weather conditions to make it to our Research Showcase. A special thank you to our guest speakers, and to the Hon. Jillian Skinner, MP for their attendance and support. Read more