The Hopkins Centre

Research for Rehabilitation and Resilience

The Hopkins Centre Research for Rehabilitation and Resilience is committed to improving disability and rehabilitation practices, service delivery and systems by developing, translating and implementing interdisciplinary research evidence about real world problems.

The Centre is located at Griffith University, Logan campus and Princess Alexandra Hospital, Metro South Health to facilitate opportunities for research exchange and excellence between clinical experts, practitioner researcher and academics. 

The Centre is ideally positioned to lead translation of research into policy and clinical practice as it brings together and formalises collaborations between experienced rehabilitation clinicians, expert academic researchers, community practitioners, policy-makers and consumers.

The Centre focuses on research of relevance to people living with the long-term consequences of acquired brain injury, amputation, persistent pain, and spinal cord injury as well as developmental, age-related and other life-long disabling conditions.

By creating an environment for sustainable collaborations and partnerships, we will expand research potential and impact in Queensland and beyond.

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