Health and Participation after Disability

Spinal Cord Injury

Ambulation and Secondary Complications: Participants with Chronic Spinal Cord Injury
Sponsor: United States Department of Education/NIDRR  |  PI:  James Krause

Center on Health Outcomes Research and Capacity Building for Underserved Populations with Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury (CHORCUP)
Sponsor: United States Department of Education  |  PI: James Krause

Center for Interdisciplinary Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund
Sponsor: South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund  |  PI: James Krause

A Longitudinal Study of Gainful Employment 10 Years after Spinal Cord Injury Onset: Comparisons of Those Who Do Not Return to the Pre-Injury Employer
Sponsor: United States Department of Education/ National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; Prime - Shepard Center, Atlanta Georgia; MUSC Sub-Contractor  |  PI: James Krause

Measuring Outcomes after Spinal Cord Injury Throughout South Carolina: A System of Tracking, Research and Referral
Sponsor: South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund  |  PI: James Krause

Participation, Subjective Well Being, Health, and Spinal Cord Injury: A 40-Year Longitudinal Study
Sponsor: United States Department of Education/National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research  |  PI: James Krause

Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Secondary Conditions in Individuals with SCI
Sponsor: United States Department of Education/NIDRR  |  PI: James Krause, Subproject "A" and "C"; PI: Lee Saunders, Subproject "B"

A. Subproject: Risk and Protective Factors for Secondary Conditions: A 15-year Longitudinal Study
B. Subproject: Association of Health Services with Secondary Conditions: Use of a Population-based Cohort of Persons with SCI in South Carolina.
C. Subproject: Risk of Metabolic Syndrome: A 17 Year Longitudinal Study

Risk for Adverse Outcomes after Spinal Cord Injury: A Longitudinal Study
Sponsor: National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke  |  PI: James Krause




 
 
 

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