Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Research
Model Systems researchers and the MSKTC rely on individuals with spinal cord injuries and their family members to participate in research studies. Some of these studies offer a financial incentive for participation. Review the opportunities below to see if you are eligible to participate!
MSKTC Research Studies
SCI Model Systems Research Studies
The Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center is inviting individuals with spinal cord injury and their caregivers to take a brief survey to tell us what you need to know about living with a spinal cord injury. The survey takes 3 minutes to complete and provides valuable information to help researchers to develop information products such as factsheets to meet your needs.
The University of Michigan Spinal Cord Injury Model System (U-M SCIMS) is recruiting participants for a survey study to learn more about bowel and bladder management and complications and their effect on quality of life among people with a traumatic SCI.
The New England Regional SCI Center Model System Seeks Participants for a Health Care Provider Survey
The New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center (NERSCIC) Model System has created a brief online survey to identify primary health care providers who deliver an excellent health care experience for people with SCI.