On Sunday 29 May 2016 in deepest Oxfordshire, intrepid teams of five took on the challenge of a sponsored interactive treasure hunt. This was followed by canoe relay race on the lake at Blenheim Palace where participants were required to collect sharks and fancy dress hats before returning to the finish.Read more
Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day is an annual event which raises much needed profile and funds for people affected by spinal cord injury.
We’re asking all our friends, supporters and followers to come together to turn the spotlight on what it means to have a spinal cord injury.Read more
Spinal Research are thrilled to receive a cheque for £3,000 from daredevil Guy Martin for sales of his merchandise which includes bobble hats and calendars. We would like to thank Guy for all his support over the years! Guy spearheads various campaigns for Spinal Research including our Get on your Saddle campaign where we are […]Read more
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has revolutionised diagnosis in many fields of medicine but has proved difficult to use in spinal cord injury.Read more
Researchers from King’s College London and the University of Oxford have identified a molecular signal, known as ‘neuregulin-1’, which drives and enables the spinal cord’s natural capacity for repair after injury. The findings, published today in Brain, could one day lead to new treatments which enhance this spontaneous repair mechanism by manipulating the neuregulin-1 signal. […]Read more