Participate in Spinal Cord Injury Research

 

 

The RESTORE Network relies on both patient volunteers and healthy volunteers to help us conduct our research. When you become a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to participate in novel therapeutic techniques while also bettering the lives of others by providing vital research information.

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View our current spinal cord injury research opportunities:

We are currently seeking research participants for a clinical trial evaluating epidural spinal cord stimulation after spinal cord injury. 

We are looking for individuals 18-70 years old with chronic (>12 months since initial injury) spinal cord injury located between C3 and T6, classified as either ASIA A or B. If you meet these criteria and are interested in participating or learning more, click the link below!

Are you a person, age 18+, living with Spinal Cord Injury? We need your help! The research team of Dr. Aaron Phillips, Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary, and the RESTORE Network is conducting a research study titled: “Knowledge Assessment of Secondary Health Outcomes Post Spinal Cord Injury.” We are in search of volunteers to fill out a survey related to health after Spinal Cord Injury. Please click on the link below to access the survey via the secure Qualtrics platform. This study has been approved by the University of Calgary Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board (REB21-0045). 


Are you interested in participating in our study?

Let our spinal cord injury team know by answering the following questions. 

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