Current research

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ENIGMA Working Groups

A collective network of researchers, led by Associate Professor Karen Caeyenberghs, 
have formed two Working Groups to focus on understanding how (pediatric) traumatic brain injury and developmental coordination disorder affect the brain.

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Tablet-based home interventions in patients with Traumatic Brain Injury

This research project investigates the effect of tablet-based rehabilitation interventions across various symptoms of patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Patients with TBI in the chronic phase face long term deficits.

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Integrating the ‘Omics’: from genome to connectome to rehabilome in cancer survivors

Cognitive impairment is a common side-effect of chemotherapy that can persist well after the completion of treatment. The thinking and memory problems commonly referred to as ‘chemo-brain’ or ‘chemo-fog’ have a significant impact on quality of life.

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