Showcasing brain injury rehabilitation research in BIAW20
With over 50 active research projects, THC is leading the way in interdisciplinary translational research in brain injury rehabilitation practices, services and systems. Our projects cover a diverse range of topics including evidence-based frameworks for vocational rehabilitation, brain and environment enrichment neuroscience innovations, hypertonicity after brain injury, neuro-cognitive design of urban spaces, inclusive housing supports, conversation partner training, and virtual reality to support sustained rehabilitation. THC researchers are constantly seeking improvements, new approaches and bold ideas that can become better solutions for people living with the impact of brain injury.
Click on each of the project flyers below or explore more about our projects here.
- Bold Ideas Better Solutions Symposium 2017
- World-leading centre for rehabilitation and disability research opens
- Improving the ability of employers to communicate with brain injured workers
- THC Researcher awarded GU New Researcher Grant for study in social and emotional wellbeing
- ABI TRS celebrates their second anniversary of clinical service