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U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model System’s Advisory Council

Our Advisory Council consists of a diverse group of individuals representing consumers and care providers of different age groups, racial backgrounds, education and professional perspectives. Their backgrounds provide a wide range of views, highlighting the needs of both consumer and professional communities. Their contributions have been many, and their guidance and counsel to the program have been invaluable.

The Advisory Council meets at least once a year to discuss the program’s progress toward meeting objectives.  The council reviews and provides input regarding the plans and objectives concerning research, training, clinical services and dissemination services. They are consulted regarding their views on emerging issues in SCI care, new disability concerns, research and policies that warrant attention.

Advisory Council members:

Council Members