Perry Cross is recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours List

A huge congratulations to our Founder and Executive President, Perry Cross, who has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to people living with a spinal cord injury and as a role model. At the age of 19 Perry was severely injured in a rugby union tackle at Ballymore in […]

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SIP PhD Candidate Ms Lynn Nazareth Famelab 2020 National Finalist!

Famelab is a live science communication competition that aims to discover charismatic early career scientists who can inspire people to see the world from new perspectives. It is run annually in Australia and in over 25 countries across the world! Lynn has presented her research into creating a screening technique using microscopic images of glial […]

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Important Update from Dr Dinesh Palipana

Our community is currently attempting to understand the fluid developments surrounding the coronavirus. People with spinal cord injury, particularly high level ones, are vulnerable to complications from any respiratory infection. This is because their respiratory function can be significantly compromised. Additionally, people with spinal cord injuries are in close contact with different people involved in […]

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Announcement of Event Cancellations

This is a difficult time as we collectively move to stop the spread of COVD-19. We are aware of the significance of the situation and our focus is on our community. We hope you and your families are well at this time. You will have seen the Government’s ban on gatherings to protect the health […]

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Work continues to cure paralysis

Now more than ever we are reminded of the importance of research as the world faces the COVID-19 pandemic. Adhering to all public health advice, our Spinal Injury Project is continuing to work towards a cure for paralysis albeit under a new set of working conditions. Our researchers are still in the lab working hard. […]

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COVID-19 Update from Dr Dinesh Palipana

Our community is currently attempting to understand the fluid developments surrounding the coronavirus. People with spinal cord injury, particularly high level ones, are vulnerable to complications from any respiratory infection. This is because their respiratory function can be significantly compromised. Additionally, people with spinal cord injuries are in close contact with different people involved in […]

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Meet Dr Indra Neil Choudhury

We are so grateful to be able to support brilliant researchers like Dr Indra at the Spinal Injury Project.  Dr Indra Neil Choudhury was recently selected amongst many candidates as the Gold Coast Mayor Student Ambassador (2020). He is also a PhD student representative for the School of Medical Science at Griffith University and regularly […]

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Special Message in relation to the Coronavirus developments

Our community is currently attempting to understand the fluid developments surrounding the coronavirus. People with spinal cord injury, particularly high level ones, are vulnerable to complications from any respiratory infection. This is because their respiratory function can be significantly compromised. Additionally, people with spinal cord injuries are in close contact with different people involved in […]

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