Research News

We regularly publish news from our research partners and how it is informing our services to families.

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Why Our Research is Important – Cerebra Family Research Group

Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research (CEDAR) University of Warwick Cerebra Family Research Group “Strengthening families” Why our research ...
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Birmingham Experts Launch Pioneering Autism Research

Leading researchers from Birmingham are today (25th October 2017) launching a major, new UK study into autism and mental health ...
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Cerebra Research Support Network – Help us make a difference

We are looking for people with lived family experience of childhood brain conditions to join our Research Support Network. Can you ...
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My Experience of Applied Behavioural Analysis

Razwana Mushtaq, whose 5 year old daughter has autism, discusses her experience of getting a diagnosis for her daughter, recent ...
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Disabled Facilities Grants

The school of law team at the University of Leeds Our student researchers at the School of Law, University of ...
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Life online for young people with SEN

Dawn Cavanagh, whose teenage son has autism, considers the benefits and challenges of life online for young people with special ...
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Improving early intervention for children with autism

Zarbanoo Rajput BA (Hons), mum to a 15 year old with autism and an active member of ABAAccess4all parental campaign ...
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1000 Families Study – Age Range Extended

Are you the mother, father, or caregiver of a child aged between 4 and 15 years, 11 months who has ...
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baby ultrasound for research at Cerebra into brain conditions.

Dr Eduard Gratacós – Why health starts before birth

Our research team at the University of Barcelona looks at identifying deviations in foetal brain development as early as possible ...
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Chris Oliver – My Journey into Research: the Boy at the Pillar

Professor Chris Oliver explains his journey into research as well as the pioneering work of the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental ...
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