Current Research Studies
The following are the research studies currently underway at our Center:
- Effects of incorporated exoskeleton assisted walking in SCI acute inpatient rehabilitation
- ExaStim Upper Limb Pivotal Clinical Validation Study
- Mount Sinai Spinal Cord Injury Model System
- Safety, feasibility, and efficacy of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation on stabilizing blood pressure for acute inpatients with spinal cord injury
- Feasibility, Reliability, and Long-term Prognostic Capability of the International Standards to Document Autonomic Function after Spinal Cord Injury (ISAFSCI) during acute inpatient rehabilitation – Mount Sinai Lead Module
- Accelerating Racial and Ethnic Equity in SCI Rehabilitation Outcomes Module
- The Status of Oral Health in People with Spinal Cord Injury in the United States Module
- Spinal Cord Injury Pain Evolution (SCIPE)
- Validity of Interview and Online Self-Report Versions of the Motor and Sensory Components of the Neurological Exam for Classifying Spinal Cord Injury
Participating in Research
As part of our commitment to every person living with SCI, we are constantly striving to discover and develop new and improved therapies. In order to innovate, we need your help. Your involvement in research today can lead to breakthrough technological advances for the treatment of spinal cord injury. We are grateful to those who have contributed to advances in the field by participating in our studies.
Experts at the Mount Sinai Spinal Cord Injury Program at Mount Sinai regularly publish research findings in peer-reviewed journals, text books, and as manuscripts. For our recent publications visit HERE.