RESEARCH CENTRE FOR BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION

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Trinity College

Institute of Neuroscience

POTENTIAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION within ReCBIR
POTENTIAL EDUCATIONAL COLLABORATION within ReCBIR
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Trinity College

     
       

Department of Psychology

     
       

Dublin 2, Ireland

  phone:  + 3531 608 2684  
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  DIRECTOR:     Ian H Robertson, PhD   email:iroberts@tcd.ie  
                 
  INSTITUTE DESCRIPTION:       
 
                 
  BRAIN INJURY RELATED RESEARCH:      
- Mechanisms of rehabilitation
        - Theory of neurorehabilitation   
        - Attentional processes in rehabilitation  
        - Rehabilitation of attention  
        - Neurogenetics  
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  POTENTIAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION WITHIN ReCBIR:   The research interests fall within the following ReCBIR research lines:  

1. MECHANISMS OF BRAIN INJURY

     

2. NEURAL AND COGNITIVE MECHANISMS OF FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AND REHABILITATION UPON BRAIN INJURY

 
4. DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF ACUTE AND EARLY-POSTACUTE INTERVENTIONS PROMOTING SUBSEQUENT REHABILITATION
     
5. SHORT- AND LONG-TERM BEHAVIOURAL AND COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS OF BRAIN INJURY
 
6. DEVELOPMENT OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION METHODS
     
7. SHORT- AND LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF POSTTRAUMATIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION
 
                   
  POTENTIAL EDUCATIONAL COLLABORATION   Educational exchange may be possible. The availability is limited.

Minimum stay: ususally 12 months

 
 
 
 
 
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