SCI Alberta is a group of scientists who are conducting translational research in the field of spinal cord injury (SCI). Research is currently being done at the University of Alberta (Edmonton) and the University of Calgary. Click for profiles and studies of Alberta SCI researchers.
Our research locations
Currently, SCI research is being done at the University of Alberta (Edmonton) and the University of Calgary.
At the University of Alberta, research facilities are in the Heritage Medical Research Centre (HMRC), the Katz Building for Pharmacy and Health Research, and Corbett Hall.
For the University of Calgary, call the appropriate study coordinator for locations and directions to facilities.
Our ethics policy
All research involving human participants conducted by University of Alberta and University of Calgary staff or students must be reviewed and approved by a university Research Ethics Board (REB) before the research starts.
If you have any concerns about any aspect of a study, you may contact the respective REB. It is independent and has no affiliation with the study investigators.
- for U of A studies, contact the REB’s Research Ethics Office (email@example.com or phone 780-492-0459)
- for U of C studies, contact the Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board (firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 403-220-2297 or 403-220-7990).
We rigorously insure your privacy. When you inquire through this website, your name and contact information will not be passed along to researchers unless you wish.
For information about any of our studies, or to participate in research, contact the person identified on the individual project.