Working 2 Walk 2020 - First Ever Virtual Symposium!
Unite 2 Fight Paralysis is transitioning its 15th Annual Working 2 Walk Science & Advocacy Symposium to a fully-virtual, livestream meeting on Thursday, October 22nd; Friday, October 23rd; and Saturday, October 24th, 2020!
With the ongoing health risks posed by COVID-19, particularly for the SCI Community, we have decided that an in-person meeting this year would be unwise.
We plan to return to Salt Lake City in 2021 in partnership with our Title Sponsor, the Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital.
Building on the success of last year's first ever livestream platform, we are hard at work planning a creative, collaborative, and highly interactive agenda that prioritizes the voice of the Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Community.
As always we'll be bringing together research scientists, clinicians, and community advocates, along with investors and industry leaders to exchange information and strategies for achieving recovery from SCI.
Now more than ever, we need everyone's voice at the table - especially those of you in the SCI Community.
Discounts & Credits
Thanks to the generous support of our Elite Sponsor, the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, Unite 2 Fight Paralysis is proud to be able to offer up to 9.25 hours of Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits for this year's Symposium through the University of Utah School of Medicine.
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 our Video Library, along with the 2019 Conference Program and last year's Speaker Line-up & Agenda.
Peruse over 46 hours of presentations from nearly a decade of past Working 2 Walk Symposiums.
Download our full program for a list of speaker bios, abstracts and more. Be sure to read the great narrative overview by U2FP's SAB Director Sam Maddox on how to digest and engage with the scientific presentations at this year's conference.
A great cross-section of leaders presented at this past year’s Symposium. From the academic, advocacy, rehabilitative, and biomedical communities, we heard new perspectives on a diverse range of topics related to finding curative therapies.