July 28 2020

Research Opportunity for Caregivers of People with TBI

Read here for the latest on research opportunities for caregivers of TBI:    

December 17 2019

TBI Spousal Caregiver Study Recruiting Participants to Complete Online Survey!

Hello, my name is Paige Victorine, and I am a doctoral student in clinical psychology (PsyD) at Loyola University Maryland. I’m currently recruiting spouses and partners of TBI survivors to complete a one-time online survey (approx. 25-40 minutes) about their experiences pertaining to caregiving and their perceptions of their relationship quality before and after the TBI. […]

September 11 2019

Living with Brain Injury?

We want to understand your perspective of living with brain injury. We are hoping you will join us and share your experiences of returning to work. The purpose of the study is to better understand the return to work experience of people with a brain injury. This study uses photography, and relies on an individual […]

August 15 2019

Research Study for TBI Spousal Caregivers

This is a brief research study being conducted by a clinical psychology doctoral student (PsyD) from Loyola University Maryland. We are looking to better understand the unique experience of burden that many spousal caregivers face following TBI, so that caregivers at greatest risk can be more quickly and easily identified, and can begin to receive […]

May 14 2019

Traumatic Brain Injury Positive Strategies (TIPS) Paid Research Study – Center on Brain Injury Research & Training | CBIRT

Traumatic Brain Injury Positive Strategies (TIPS) Paid Research Study – Center on Brain Injury Research & Training | CBIRT Are you a family caregiver of a child age 3 -18 with a brain injury?     Was your child hospitalized overnight for the brain injury? Would you like to help us evaluate a web-based resource being developed […]

January 19 2019

Disability and Mobility Survey

Researchers at Virginia Tech are currently conducting an online survey on travel and navigation experiences among people with disabilities. We want to see what kind of challenges are faced by people with different disabilities as they get around their communities. Participants age 18 or over are invited to take a one-time survey. Estimated completion time […]