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The Spinal Cord Injury Network is pleased to be a gold charity this year for the Sun-Herald City2Surf on Sunday August 12th. Read more

If you thought only fools and horses work – you would be wrong. That is, according to the outcome of April 8th’s “Fools and Horses Gala Dinner” at Sydney’s Four Seasons Hotel. Read more

The Spinal Cord Injury Network was pleased to launch a brochure compiling competitive research funded by the NSW Government’s Spinal Cord Injury and Related Neurological Conditions Program on 28th February 2012. Read more

Dr Sasha Rabchevsky from the University of Kentucky will be presenting at Neuroscience Research Australia (Hospital Road, Randwick) on Wednesday 8th February from 12-1pm. Read more

The Spinal Cord Injury Network is thrilled to partner with the CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust for a "Fools and Horses" fundraising dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney on Sunday 8th April 2012. Read more

The Spinal Cord Injury Network is pleased to be hosting a Research Showcase at the NSW Trade and Investment Centre in Sydney on 28th February 2012. Read more

It is with great sadness we report the loss of our friend and colleague David Prast who passed away on 22 November 2011. Read more

The Rick Hansen Foundation and the Rick Hansen Institute are co-hosting a global conference and expo in Vancouver 15th – 18th May  2012 to inspire collaboration for spinal cord injury research and development. Global leaders and influencers, including members of the Spinal Cord Injury Network will gather to showcase ground-breaking innovations, share insights and identify solutions to some of the critical challenges being faced in the field of spinal cord injury research. Read more

The Spinal Cord Injury Network is delighted to be a partner on a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Partnership Grant led by Associate Professor James Middleton, the Director of the NSW State Spinal Cord Injury Service. Read more

The NSW Government has awarded research grants totaling $1.2 million to five Sydney-based researchers working on spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis and motor neurone disease. Read more