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Partners and Supporters have been absolutely essential to the success of the Priority Setting Process. They offered a link  to their members, many of whom have an interest in Spinal Cord Injury, Cauda Equina Syndrome and Transverse Myelitis.  Project Partners and Supporters also took part in the key phases leading up to the 'Top 10' research questions being  identified and announced.  We are very pleased to be partnering with the following: Partners: Aspire   The Rooprai Spinal Trust neurokinex RFU Injured Players Foundation Backup Trust Spinal Injuries Northern Ireland Southern Spinal Injuries Trust Prime Physio Spinal Paralysis And Injuries Research Information And Training Inspire Regain Spinal Research                 Supporters: Focus Forwards Apparelyzed Sportability Vitality   The SCI PSP Steering Group is grateful for the generous financial support from the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre.
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Partners and Supporters have been absolutely essential to the success  of the Priority Setting Process. They offered a link to their members,  many of whom have an interest in Spinal Cord Injury, Cauda Equina  Syndrome and Transverse Myelitis. Project Partners and Supporters  also took part in the key phases leading up to the 'Top 10' research  questions being identified and announced.  We are very pleased to be partnering with the following: Partners: Aspire   The Rooprai Spinal Trust neurokinex RFU Injured Players Foundation Backup Trust Spinal Injuries Northern Ireland Southern Spinal Injuries Trust Prime Physio Spinal Paralysis And Injuries Research Information And Training Inspire Regain Spinal Research                 Supporters: Focus Forwards Apparelyzed Sportability Vitality   The SCI PSP Steering Group is grateful for the generous financial support from the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre.
Partners & Supporters
SCI    PSP