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U2FP's Annual Symposium in Salt Lake City this fall

(Above: Andrei Krassioukov (MD, PhD, FRCPC), President of the American Spinal Injury Association, presenting at U2FP's Annual Symposium in 2018.)

Despite a busy start to 2022 (our intense Wisconsin SCI advocacy work, some fresh podcasts and our new effort to place SCI folks in research labs) we are still working hard on this year’s 17th Annual Science & Advocacy Symposium!

Mark your calendars for September 23-24, 2022 and join us in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

We've compiled the latest details below, so you can start making plans for this one-of-a-kind gathering of the SCI and Scientific Communities.

  • Speakers. We’re building an exciting list of top-notch presenters who will share the latest updates on their work, with plenty of opportunities for questions and interaction from the SCI Community. Check out our speaker page to see the current slate of presenters, and keep your eye out for updates as more speakers confirm.
  • Venue & Lodging. Our special group rate at the Sheraton Salt Lake City hotel is now open and available for booking. Don’t wait - reserve your room now!
  • Get Updates. Be sure to check out the Symposium section of our website, and watch your inbox for our newsletter with the latest updates, such as Travel Grant opportunities, registration opening, early bird pricing and more!

Finally, this year’s Symposium wouldn't be happening without the tremendous support of our title sponsor, The Craig H. Nielsen Rehabilitation Hospital.

We have a growing list of sponsors who have already committed to joining us for this important gathering. Highlight your work and strengthen your brand in a stimulating environment that focuses on the SCI Community. Increase your market reach nationally and internationally, all while supporting a ground-breaking conference.


We’re planning a dynamic agenda, and have some unique offerings in the works, so stay tuned!

PS - Remember that you can watch every session of last year’s Symposium for free over on the Video Library section of our website. Check it out!