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 Annual Report for 2018
Highlights of 2018 include the Will-to-Win dedication ceremony, the recruitment of a new principal investigator, significant advances in the development of our translational research mandate, and many accomplishments by our investigators and trainees. See what we've worked on, and what's to come.read more