ICORD is a world-leading health research centre focused on spinal cord injury.

Its researchers are dedicated to the development and translation of more effective strategies to promote prevention, functional recovery and improved quality of life after spinal cord injury.

Located at Vancouver General Hospital in the Blusson Spinal Cord Centre, ICORD is supported by UBC Faculty of Medicine and Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute.

Funding interests

Award types

Research Trainee


Research interests

spinal cord injury, spinal cord stimulation, autonomic dysfunctions after spinal cord injury including bowel, bladder cardiovascular, spinal cord stimulation and motor recovery.

Awards

2022

Recipient

Tiev Miller

Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

Transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation for treating neurogenic bladder dysfunction following spinal cord injury

2018

Recipient

Tom Nightingale

Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

Cerebrovascular burden and cognitive impairment after spinal cord injury

2017

Recipient

Alexandra Williams

Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

The acute impact of spinal cord injury on cardiac function, and novel hemodynamic management in SCI patients

Recipient

Andrei Krassioukov

Award type

Innovation to Commercialization award


Project title

Servo-controlled device to maintain physiological functioning

2015


Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

Don’t sugar coat it: Cardiac consequences of developing Type 2 diabetes after spinal cord injury

2014

Recipient

John Kramer

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Detecting neuroplasticity after spinal cord injury: Implications for neuropathic pain