Category: ‘Surveys and Advocacy’
Help Find A Cure for SCI!
Posted on December 16th, 2008
By joining Find A Cure Panel’s exciting online research panel for people with spinal cord injuries, you will be empowered to share your personal experiences in vital research.
What’s more, for each survey you complete a $10 donation is made directly to a worthy nonprofit organization in spinal cord injury research and support.
Registering is fast, free and your privacy is completely protected!
Registration Link: Find A Cure Panel
Volunteers Needed to Complete a Computer Security – Accessibility Survey
Posted on June 20th, 2006
SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED
Two researchers from the Department of Computer & Information Sciences at Towson University are seeking individuals with upper-body motor impairments to participate in a survey. The survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete and all responses will remain completely confidential and anonymous.
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Long Beach International Marathon Partners w/ the Christopher Reeves Foundation and Paralysis Project
Posted on August 13th, 2005
The Long Beach International Marathon Partners with the Christopher Reeves Foundation and Paralysis Project for Charity Marathon Program.
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Quadriplegic fights to pass legislation to help people with spinal cord injuries
Posted on March 30th, 2005
Matt Langenhorst’s life was changed forever in an instant on Feb. 8, 2001 when he and his wife Erika were in a car accident along Highway 94 in St. Charles, Mo.
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Poll: Voters Back Stem-Cell Research
Posted on March 23rd, 2005
Advocates making a major push on Beacon Hill this week for legislation allowing embryonic stem cell research released the results of a new survey that shows strong voter support for the plan.
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