Participate in ResearchA Notice to Potential Research Participants
The UAB-SCIMS provides links to research information as a community service to researchers and individuals with SCI. The UAB-SCIMS does not necessarily endorse or support any of the projects listed.
Spinal Cord Injury Model System Virtual Walking for Reducing Spinal Cord Injury-Related Neuropathic Pain - the purpose of the study is to investigate a 3D-video simulation as a cost effective home-based treatment option for neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury. Participants must have chronic neuropathic pain at or below the injury level, be at least three months post-injury, be 19 to 65 years old, and live in Alabama. Participants will receive payment for participating in study.. Contact Juliette Galindo, MA. 205-934-3345. firstname.lastname@example.org
Suggest a Patient-Centered Research Question
Whether you are a patient with a health condition, a caregiver for someone else, a health care professional who wants to improve care for your patients, or a researcher, PCORI invites you to submit your ideas for patient-centered research questions.
Interested in Participating?
To be considered for current and future The Miami Project research studies, you must complete an Intake Form. Information from the Intake Form will be maintained securely in The Miami Project's database as a screening resource for Miami Project researchers.
SCIMS Research Projects
From Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC), this is a list of all 16 Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems (SCIMS) conducting at least one site-specific research project and participating in at least one research project in collaboration with multiple model systems.
List of SCI research projects seeking volunteers
From ClinicalTrials.gov, this is an up-to-date list of some federally and privately funded research projects in spinal cord injury.
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Working with ClinicalTrials.gov to develop a clinical trials matching tool! This allows you to find trials you might be eligible for (including trials of drugs, devices, therapy, or non-interventional studies such as genetics or questionnaires) based on your age, sex, conditions, and location. Click now to find out about trials for patients like you.