Join our annual event dedicated to advancing Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) research and fostering community engagement!
The Mount Sinai Spinal Cord Injury Program host its Annual Spinal Cord Injury Research Fair since 2018. This event invites the entire community to discover the latest breakthroughs in SCI research, explore currently recruiting research studies in the metropolitan area, and connect with Spinal Cord Injury community groups.
- Cutting-Edge Research: Immerse yourself in the world of SCI research as leading experts share their groundbreaking discoveries and innovations.
- Recruitment Opportunities: Find out about ongoing research studies in the metropolitan area and learn how you can contribute to the advancement of SCI knowledge.
- Community Connection: Connect with fellow community members, patients, caregivers, and researchers to share experiences and insights.
- Networking: Build valuable relationships with experts from participating research organizations.
Past Participating Research Organizations:
Explore the exceptional work of these renowned research organizations dedicated to Spinal Cord Injury research:
- Bryce Lab, Mount Sinai SCI, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Pushing the boundaries of rehabilitation medicine.
- Abilities Research Center (ARC), Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Pursuing Leading-Edge Research.
- Putrino Lab, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Spearheading research in rehabilitation medicine.
- Junqian Xu Laboratory, TMII, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Advancing imaging techniques for SCI research.
- VA RR&D National Center for the Medical Consequences of Spinal Cord Injury: Serving veterans with cutting-edge research.
- Movement Control Rehabilitation (MOCORE) Lab, Stevens Institute of Technology: Bridging technology and movement for rehabilitation.
- Robotics and Rehabilitation (ROAR) Lab, Columbia University: Leading the integration of robotics in rehabilitation.
- Department of Mechanical Engineering and Rehabilitative and Regenerative Medicine, Columbia University: Excellence in Research and Patient Care.
- Biomechatronics and Intelligent Robotic Lab, City University of New York: Harnessing intelligent robotics for recovery.
- K-LAB4RECOVERY, College of Staten Island: Committed to excellence in SCI research.
- Bloom Lab, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research: Exploring autoimmune, musculoskeletal, and hematopoietic diseases.
- Center for Bioelectronic Medicine, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research: Exploring the intersection of biology and electronics for healing.
- Human Spinal Cord Injury Repair Laboratory, Burke Medical Research Institute: Dedicated to spinal cord injury repair.
- Rehabilitation Research and Movement Performance Laboratory (RRAMP Lab), Stony Brook University: Unveiling the secrets of movement performance.
- M. Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience, Rutgers University: Collaborative efforts in neuroscience research.
- Kessler Foundation: Champion Research and Employment for People with Disabilities
- Computational Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Engineering (CORE) Lab, New Jersey Institute of Technology: Study human movement, musculoskeletal disorders, sports performance, and human interaction with robotic technology.
- Restorative Neurology Clinic, Robotics, Burke Medical Research Institute: World class neurological experts.
- EmPRISE Lab, Department of Computer Science, Cornell University: EMpowering People with Robots and Intelligent Shared Experiences
- Movement Recovery Laboratory, Columbia University Irving Medical Center’s Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center: Investigates the nervous system circuits that enable movement in health and limit movement after injury to the central nervous system.
- Aneovo: Treating chronic injuries and conditions through neuromodulation
Past Participating Community Partners:
- NYC Spinal, United Spinal Association
- Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
- Independence Care System (ICS)
- The Axis Project
- Empower SCI
- TLC Accessible Dispatch
- Wheelchair Sports Federation
- Wheeling Forward
- Wandercraft SAS
- Restorative Therapies
- Level The Curve
- The Axis Project
- Spinal Mobility NYC
- Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY (CIDNY)
- Women on Wheels
Our 3rd Annual Spinal Cord Injury Research Fair will take place on Monday, December 4th, 2023. Visit our Event Page for more information and to register.
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