Here is a selection of research where SMSR has been involved in the design and implementation, and/or has provided funding:

Immunotherapy to reduce frequency of urinary tract infections in people with neurogenic bladder dysfunction; a pilot randomised, placebo-controlled trial

Priority Settings Partnership Lancet

Abnormal cutaneous flexor reflex activity during controlled isometric plantarflexion in human spinal cord injury spasticity syndrome 

An update from the PEPSCI Collaboration to identify service-user defined research priorities for paediatric spinal cord injury.

Clinical Trial of the Soft Extra Muscle Glove to assess orthotic and long-term functional gain following chronic incomplete tetraplegia:  Preliminary functional results 

Eye-tracking computer systems for inpatients with tetraplegia: findings from a feasibility study

Lower-limb exoskeletons for individuals with chronic spinal cord injury:  Findings from a feasibility study

Pan European Paediatric Spinal Cord Injury (PEPSCI) Collaboration: Preliminary service user defined research priorities from the UK and Spain

Treatment of Rat Spinal Cord Injury with the Neurotrophic Factor Albumin-Oleic Acid: Translational Application for Paralysis, Spasticity and Pain

Stigma and Self Management:  An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the impact of chronic recurrent urinary tract infections after spinal cord injury

Sensory function after cavernous haemangioma: a case report of thermal hypersensitivity at and below an incomplete spinal cord injury.

Uro-Vaxom® versus placebo for the prevention of recurrent symptomatic urinary tract infections in participants with chronic neurogenic bladder dysfunction: a randomised controlled feasibility study

Women's Experiences of Sexuality after spinal cord injury

Women's Experiences of Sexuality after spinal cord injury: A UK perspective