CBIRT faculty members produce a variety of publications reflecting our commitment to both academic scholarship and promoting awareness and education of traumatic brain injury. Learn more about our research interests.
CBIRT faculty and staff work with a range of partners across the state, across the country, and across the globe. Our shared mission is to improve the lives of adults and children with traumatic brain injury.
Are you interested in participating in a research study? CBIRT researchers are looking for participants to help answer important questions impacting the lives of individuals with TBI and their families. Check back here for open opportunities.
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