Committed to a world where spinal cord injury does not mean paralysis for life.
The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Research Trust raises funds to support the body of scientific opinion which says a cure for SCI will be found. Our goal is to enable SCI sufferers to walk again – we want people out of wheelchairs and back on their feet.
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Nerve cell discovery highlights promising research by UAlberta’s new and renewed Canada Research Chairs. By Michael Brown on December 2, 2016 When University of Alberta spinal cord researcher Karim Fouad began his career, not a lot was known about injuries of the...read more
SUNSHINE Coast scientist whose nasal cell research has helped a quadriplegic man in Poland ride a bicycle again has been named as Queensland's Australian of the Year. Professor Alan Mackay-Sim, a biomolecular scientist, has spent decades researching the regeneration...read more
Introducing - Martin Codyre, BEng Hons, MSc Neuroscience, MIEI. The CatWalk Board of Trustees would like to welcome Martin as an international scientific research advisor for The CatWalk Trust. Martin was rendered a C5 quadriplegic (paralysed from the shoulders down)...read more
Five-Year Federal Grant Continues More Than Two Decades of Funding for Northern New Jersey SCI System EAST HANOVER, N.J., Nov. 1, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kessler Foundation has been awarded a Spinal Cord Injury Model System (SCIMS) grant valued at $2,300,000 over 5...read more