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Whether it is understanding the impact of brain injuries and other neurological conditions, evaluating current treatments, or discovering the benefits of new technologies, all our research aims to improve outcomes for people living with brain injuries.
Research in acquired brain injury has quickly grown over the last ten years and is already driving improvements in care. During this time, we’ve developed a strong network of experts and have invested in ground-breaking research.
However, we must identify ongoing priorities for further research from multiple perspectives. This includes those with lived experience of brain injury, their loved ones and the professionals who support them.
We must also ensure that our research findings can effectively translate into practice. Because generating new knowledge is not enough, we must ensure that discoveries can be successfully implemented to improve the lives of those living with brain injury.
Although we’re always open to new ideas, we are primarily interested in four key areas of research:
People with brain injuries and other neurological conditions have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network neurological centres, assessment and rehab services, and community support services across the UK.