Research News

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

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Knowledge Transfer Partnership success!

We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) bid with the Institute ...
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Effective interventions for long term change

At the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Conditions, University of Birmingham, the aim is to identify the causes of the most pressing ...
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Preventing neonatal brain injury and childhood disability

The main objective of the Cerebra Perinatal Research Centre at the University of Leeds is to make a difference in ...
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Working to improve children’s mental health

We are working on a joint funding bid with the Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences, Cardiff University for ...
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Research Advisory Committee – Call for applications

We are recruiting to our Research Advisory Committee. In this article you can find out more about what Cerebra does, ...
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Delivering legal rights through practical problem-solving

In this article we take a look at our Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) Project - why we started it, ...
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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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