Completed Research

The BSRF has funded the following research. Further details on each study are available by clicking on the read more button beside each title: 

What might be the effects of titanium debris around the spines of children with scoliosis? ›Read more
Improving young people’s engagement during planned spinal consultations: collaborative development of an Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) consultation facilitation guide. Read more
Automation of the DXA Scoliosis Method (DSM) and description of the natural history of spinal curvature between age 9 and 24 years. Read more
The effect of wound irrigation with Povidone-Iodine READ MORE
The genetic basis of congential scoliosis READ MORE
Vertebral morphology characterisation: developing reliable methods for scoliosis research READ MORE
Aetiology of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS): investigation of the mechanism of spine deformity development using scoliotic mice model READ MORE
An investigation into the determinants of scoliosis induction and progression, and its impact on older children, using a large prospective population-based cohort READ MORE
An evaluation of the information needs of people with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis at the point of first diagnosis at the hospital clinic READ MORE
Pilot study: Evaluation of maturational asynchrony in the skeletal and brain development in girls with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) READ MORE
Validation reliability and responsiveness of a new surface topography instrument READ MORE
Investigating the molecular genetic bias of congenital scoliosis and the spondylocostal dysostoses READ MORE
Degradation of the elastic network in scoliotic discs READ MORE
Bone mineral density in AIS READ MORE
Perception of scoliosis in adulthood - UK scoliosis survey READ MORE
Psychological adaptation to AIS in teenagers READ MORE
British adolescent idiopathic scoliosis family database READ MORE
Gene mapping in spondylocostal dysostis READ MORE

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