This MRFF research grant will design a way to help personalise care for individuals and determine which treatments work best for specific symptoms.
The Australian Traumatic Brain Injury National Data project
This MRFF research grant will identify the key determinants of outcomes for patients with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury across Australia.
From injury to long-term physical activity for people living with TBI
This MRFF research grant will develop clinical practice guidelines and resources to support implementation of physical activity for all people living with TBI across Australia.
Prediction and diagnosis using imaging and clinical biomarkers
The purpose of this MRFF research grant is to develop a data-driven prognostic model approach to inform patient outcomes.
Exercise therapy for mild TBI and PPCS across lifespan
This MRFF research grant will test whether aerobic exercise intervention can improve recovery in adults with moderate TBI.
Transforming Awareness, Literacy and Knowledge of Traumatic Brain Injury
This MRFF research grant seeks to assess the current Australian awareness of TBI, identify gaps in community knowledge and improve education.
Can predictive markers assist in early detection of children at risk for persisting symptoms and their response to prevention and intervention?
This MRFF research grant seeks to improve personalised management of child concussion and further symptoms.
The nature of sleep architecture during post-traumatic amnesia following traumatic brain injury
Sleep disturbance and fatigue are common, persisting consequences of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Disturbances to sleep often emerge in the early stages after TBI and whilst patients are in a...
Post-concussion states: How do we improve our patients’ outcomes? An Australian perspective
There is limited data surrounding incidence and prevalence of concussion and the resulting post-concussion states. This creates difficulty when investigating ways to optimise patient management. It is proposed that a...
Connectivity Consumer Advisory Group
If you are passionate about improving outcomes of traumatic brain injury, following a concussion, and shaping the future direction of this field, we want to hear from you.
If you have lived experience of traumatic brain injury including concussion or care for someone who has, we are searching for 8 people to join a Consumer Advisory Group. Your contribution will help clinicians, researchers and the community gain a deeper understanding of TBI. Your time and effort will help make a lasting impact on all those affected by traumatic brain injury.Want to know more?
Be Part of the Solution. Connectivity is seeking to establish close and long term relationships with funding organisations to promote the prevention and control of the disease and disease processes that occur following TBI.Become a partner