Training Opportunities

Students are the lifeblood of research at our centre.
See what graduate studies in spinal cord research can offer.

Funding

The SCRC is funded by a number of granting agencies
such as CIHR, MHRC, NSERC, MPF and Will-to-Win.
See why these organizations value our research.

Research Objectives

The SCRC's integrated research and training strategy comprises three overlapping thrusts: (1) Mechanistic Research, (2) Translational Research and (3) Neuroprotection, Repair, Regeneration & Cell Based Therapies.

Seminar Series

The SCRC hosts or participates in several seminar series,
as well as two neuroscience-related journal clubs.
These all provide great training opportunities.

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Welcome to the Spinal Cord Research Centre

We are located in the Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology at the University of Manitoba

Bannatyne campus, next to the Health Sciences Centre in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Dr. Kristine Cowley awarded Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC)

The SCRC would like to congratulate Dr. Cowley on receiving one of eleven new Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) in 2020. Read the full story.

Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women in 2020

Congratulations goes out to Dr. Soheila Karimi who was identified as one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women in 2020.

UM News article

The Spinal Cord Research Centre looks forward to working with Dr. Cowley in her new role as Director!

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POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Post-Doctoral Positions in Spinal Cord Neurophysiology
Application deadline May 31, 2021

FUNDING

Congratulations Funding Recipients

Dr. Jeremy Chopek awarded the 2020-2022 Research Manitoba New Investigator Operating Grant!

Dr. Soheila Karimi awarded Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada grant 2020-2023!

Drs. Jeremy Chopek and Jim Nagy are the recipients of a 2020 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery Grant

AWARDS

The SCRC would like to congratulate the following successful award recipients!
2020-2022

Katrina Armstrong, PhD Student
– Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award 2020

Mojtaba Hosseini, PhD student
– Hilary Kaufman Lerner Memorial Fund in Multiple Sclerosis 2021
– Will-to-Win/Manitoba Paraplegia Foundation Studentship 2020-2022

Narjes Shahsavani, PhD Student
– Will-to-Win/Manitoba Paraplegia Foundation Studentship 2020-2022

Shakila Sultana, MSc student
– University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship 2020
– Research Manitoba/Rady Faculty of Health Sciences Graduate Entrance Scholarship 2020

Md Imamul Islam, Research Associate
– Dean of Medicine Award 2020