Students are the lifeblood of research at our centre.
See what graduate studies in spinal cord research can offer.
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.
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.
The SCRC hosts or participates in several seminar series,
as well as two neuroscience-related journal clubs.
These all provide great training opportunities.
Dr. Jeremy Chopek joins UM Dept. of Physiology & Pathophysiology and SCRC
Dr. Jeremy Chopek has signed his acceptance letter and is expected to join the Department of Physiology & Pathophysiology on September 1, 2018. Dr. Chopek is the latest recruit to the Division of Neuroscience and Spinal Cord Injury.read more
Will-to-Win Dedication Ceremony Photos from May 16, 2018
Honoring 34 years of Will-to-Win Classic golf tournament donor support
for spinal cord injury research at the Spinal Cord Research Centre
SCRC 5-year review 2014-2019 approved by Senate Committee on University Research.
SCRC 5 Year Review 2014-2019 - outlining the significant advances and productivity in our research and accomplishments by our investigators and trainees over the past 5 years. Approved by Senate Committee on University Research on November 6th , 2019.read more