Welcome to NASCIC

Welcome to the NASCIC

We bring together like minded organizations, individuals, and groups
to improve research, care, cure and policies impacting people living with
spinal cord injury, families, and the community.

Unified Voice for SCI in North America

NASCIC is the exchange of valid, trustworthy, and useful information, experience, and knowledge

previous arrow
next arrow
Slider

Benefits of Joining the North American SCI Consortium

Watch our webinar by NASCIC President Kim Anderson-Erisman and Jennifer French about the benefits of joining NASCIC.

Click here to watch

The North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium (NASCIC) has the mission to bring about unified achievements in research, care, cure, and policy by supporting collaborative efforts across the spinal cord injury community.

Become a member and help us to collaborate our efforts across the spinal cord injury community.

Become a Member
Click here to view the results of the SCI 2020 Panel and Survey Results

View Results

The North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium (NASCIC) brings together like-minded organizations, individuals, and groups to improve research, care, cure, and policies impacting people living with spinal cord injury, their families, and community.  Working collaboratively, the organization is structured to effectively bring about collective change through approved projects.  This is achieved through:

  • The formation of relationships and active engagement between the individuals and organizations representing spinal cord injury;
  • The exchange of valid,trustworthy, and useful information, experience, and knowledge;
  • Promotion of and involvement with ‘best practices of consumer engagement’ in research, care, cure, and policy;
  • The creation of a unified platform for SCI advocacy in North America;
  • Promotion of collaboration among experts in the fields of research, care, cure, and policy of participating members.

The NASCIC is not a trade association, lobbying entity, or treatment care center.  Those providing such services to the spinal cord injury community may be Partner members.