In addition to conducting research, the faculty of the Brain Injury Research Center (BIRC) provide a variety of clinical services and support for brain injury patients and their loved ones through the Rehabilitation Neuropsychology Faculty Practice of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. These services include neuropsychological evaluations; cognitive rehabilitation; individual, group, and family therapy; inpatient rehabilitation; a Play Safe Concussion Clinic; and various other rehabilitation therapies. We also facilitate a number of support groups.
Our collaborative group of researchers and clinicians includes rehabilitation psychologists, neuropsychologists, physiatrists, epidemiologists, and biostatisticians. Our clinicians are actively involved in both the clinical and research activities of BIRC, and have specialized expertise working with individuals living with brain injury (e.g. traumatic brain injury, acquired brain injury, brain disorders, and neurodegenerative conditions).