Thank You for Making Working 2 Walk 2019 a Success!
Our 14th Annual Working 2 Walk Science & Advocacy Symposium in Cleveland didn't disappoint! This collaborative gathering once again motivated scientists, SCI advocates and industry leaders.
This year, for the first time ever, we offered livestreaming video of Working 2 Walk for those who couldn't be there. If you couldn't make this year's Working 2 Walk (W2W) Symposium in Cleveland and missed you're chance to access the livestream, we've got good news. We're keeping our livestream feed available as an on-demand video for the next 60 days, for free!
We are offering access to the livestream at no cost - but you must register to access the video link.
On Sunday October 6, 2019, the North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium (NASCIC) will be hosting its Annual Meeting following the Working 2 Walk Science & Advocacy Symposium in Cleveland, Ohio. This event will bring together delegates from members living with SCI, member organizations and advisory stakeholders. There will be many issues to tackle but the focus is connecting the research community to and with the SCI community.
For more information about the meeting and registration, please visit our website
Special thanks to MetroHealth, this year's Title Sponsor!
This is the first time Working 2 Walk has been held in Cleveland. We're excited by the high number of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) research labs and scientists working here, and hope to gain momentum as we work to pass another SCI Research Funding Bill here in Ohio - just like we passed in Pennsylvania last year.
Join MetroHealth and these other great organizations in supporting the SCI Community at Working 2 Walk this year!
If you’ve never been to Working 2 Walk and want to get a sense of what it’s like, take some time and browse through our Video Library, along with Kate Willette's 2018 Live Blog and last year's Speaker Line-up & Agenda.
View and download the complete program from our 2018 Symposium in Vancouver, which includes the full list of speaker presentations, abstracts and bios. Our program also includes a full updated list of clinical trials as of October 2018.