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Research

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If you would like to receive research opportunities, call (803) 252-2198, email brian [at] scspinalcord.org, or fill out the form below. The process takes about ten minutes to complete.

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South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund

On-site Studies

AIH-induced Walking Recovery after Subacute SCI - #222-GA

Nutrition Education Study - #222-NC

C. diff Vaccine Study - #221-SC

Hollings Cancer Center Personalized Intervention Project for Smoking Cessation - #217-SC

Depression Study - #117-SC

Spinal Reflex Training Study With Incomplete Injury - #101-SC

Benefits of Nutrition Education in People with Spinal Cord Injuries - #103-NC

Dose-Response Effects of Whole Body Vibration on Spasticity and Walking in SCI - #105-GA

High Altitude Breathing Treatments and Walking Recovery After Spinal Cord Injury - #106-GA

Online Studies

Making Healthy Eating and Active Living Opportunities More Inclusive of All People - #237-ON

Predictors of Sexual Pleasure in Individuals Living with SCI - #236-ON

SCIRE Community Website Survey - #235-ON

Workout on Wheels Internet Intervention - #234-ON

Funding for SCI Research - #233-ON

Online Transfer Training Study - #232-ON

Bladder Study Recruiting Participants with MS or SCI - #231-ON

Ostomy and/or Urological Medical Supply Survey - #229-ON

Wheelchair Technology Research Study - #228-ON

Wheelchair Spot on Planes - #227-ON

Understanding Reproductive health And Disability (URAD) - #225-ON

Food Security and Perceptions and Barriers to Healthy Eating in Individuals with SCI - #224-ON

Zest: A Psychological Health Promotion Program for Women with SCI - #237-ON

Identifying Barriers to Breast Health-Access Survey - #229-ON

Accessible Travel Survey - #225-ON

Participation in Physical Recreational Activities; Motivators and Barriers for individuals with Disabilities - #223-ON

Survey on Mobile Health Technology & Apps (mHealth) - 2017 - #214-ON

Community Culture Survey - #117-ON

Role of Mentors for People with Spinal Cord Injury - #118-ON

Barriers to Employment for People with Spinal Cord Injuries - #119-ON

Input on Spinal Cord Injury Factsheets - #107-ON

Study of Interpersonal Memory Processes - #203-ON

Happily Ever After? The Relationships & Movies Study - #204-ON

Promoting Awareness & Improving Relationships Study - #205-ON

Telephone Studies

Equity and Equality in Assistive Technology for Individuals with SCI - #124-T

PHOENIX Study on Living Well with SCI - #123-T

Registered Nurses of Individuals with SCI, TBI, and/or Burn Injury - #121-T

Participants Who Have Lived in Nursing Homes - #120-T

Post Nursing Home Experience Study - #119-T

Post-Traumatic Growth Study - #118-T

PCA or Individuals w/ PCAs - #117-T

Chronic Back Pain - #116-T

Mail-in Studies

Measuring Outcomes after Spinal Cord Injury throughout South Carolina: A System of Tracking, Research, and Referral - #112-M