Trials carefully curated by experienced clinical investigators
Written in common language
Instant notifications about new trials without registration
Seamless contact to trial locations through a secure form
A guide to taking part in a clinical study
The team behind SCI Trials Finder
Jane Hsieh, Msc
Andrew Blight, PhD
Rachel Cowan, PhD
Kristine Cowley, PhD
Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD
Linda Jones, PT, PhD
Dan Lammertse, MD
Paulina Scheuren, PhD
Thomas Egger, PhD student
Acknowledgement of past ECC members
The Expert Curation Committee would like to acknowledge the contributions of past members:
John Steeves (ICORD, ret.), Jamie Borisoff (ICORD), Robin Lütolf (Balgrist)
Dr. Dan Lammertse
In 2006, Spinal Cord Outcomes Partnership Endeavor (SCOPE) was created to develop clinical trials, validate therapies and improve SCI medicine. SCOPE adapted Dr. Lammertse’s clinical trial charts to an online format.
In recent years, as the volume of trials increased, the need arose for a more user-friendly website to bring clinical trial information to patients, clinicians and researchers. Several entities joined in on the task of developing the website including ASIA, Craig H. Neilson Foundation, Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, International foundation for Research in Paraplegia, International Spinal Research Trust, Praxis and Wings for Life.
Dr. Lammertse and a team of SCI experts voluntarily curated dozens of SCI-related studies to create the SCI Trials Finder. We thank Dr. Lammertse for his tireless commitment to the SCI community.
Wings for Life
Wings for Life has proudly initiated, led and funded the new version of the SCI Trials Finder website. Wings for Life aims to find a cure for spinal cord injuries. The not-for-profit foundation funds world-class scientific research and clinical trials around the globe.
ASIA – American Spinal Injury Association
The American Spinal Injury Association is hosting the SCI Trials Finder. ASIA’s vision is to be the premier Americas organization in the field of Spinal Cord Injury care, education, and research.
SCOPE is the Spinal Cord Outcomes Partnership Endeavor. Its mission is to enhance the development of clinical trial and clinical practice protocols that will accurately validate therapeutic interventions for spinal cord injury (SCI) leading to the adoption of improved best practice.