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Save Big & Reserve Your Hotel Now - U2FP’s Annual Symposium

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Registration for this year’s 17th Annual Science & Advocacy Symposium is now open!

Big Savings

  • All registrants save 30% when you register now during our Early Bird registration period!
  • SCI Individuals receive an additional 50% discount 
  • Students also receive an additional 50% discount 
  • Personal Care Assistant or Family Member receives free registration (limit one)
  • Travel Grants are also currently available to individuals from the SCI Community

*See registration page for details on how to receive these special discount offers

We are committed to ensuring that as many individuals from the SCI Community as possible have the opportunity to attend this important gathering. 

Get ready to join us for this unique, stimulating and collaborative event happening in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah, this fall - September 23-24, 2022.

Venue & Lodging

Get a room at our conference hotel for just $139/night (includes complimentary parking)! Rooms at the Sheraton Salt Lake City hotel are open and available for booking, but they are going fast so don’t wait - reserve your room now! Find more information on our Venue & Lodging page.


We’ve got a great line-up of speakers from across the spectrum of the Scientific and SCI Advocacy Communities. See all our confirmed presenters on our Speaker page here.

As always, we’ll have in-depth Q&A panels with all of our speakers where you can dig into their respective work and get more context and a deeper understanding of the current state of cure efforts.  

Social Media

Follow and like our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn pages to stay abreast of Symposium developments and details.


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.

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

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


Matthew Rodreick, Executive Director


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!