At ABIRA, the driving force behind our research programme is the desire to make interventions for people with Acquired Brain Injury even better,...
Vacancies and Research Posts
Several exciting PHD opportunities have become available at the University of East Anglia, working alongside members of ABIRA within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Please see the links below for further details:
- Neuro-biomechanics of motor recovery after stroke in response to rehabilitation
- Investigation of Neuroplasticity and Recovery after Stroke using Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation
- Using exercise and innovation to facilitate secondary prevention of stroke
- The role and impact of place and space on performances of rehabilitation after stroke
- Identifying factors in clinician, patient and carers’ choice and use of outcome measures in aphasia rehabilitation: working for change
Mutual learning is the underlying principle for ABIRA based on the members’ common purpose of improving research outcomes and ultimately the lives...
Members of ABIRA are drawn from academic, NHS and independent sector settings around Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. You can read our staff biographies...