The Kennedy Krieger Institute has a long-standing history of excellence in clinical care and research related to children with acquired brain injury. Over the past 18 years, Kennedy Krieger’s brain injury clinical researchers have published more than 40 peer-reviewed manuscripts related to predicting and measuring outcome in children with brain injury. These research contributions provide answers to the questions that families and providers ask after a child has a brain injury. In 2014, the Brain Injury Clinical Research Center was established to further research efforts in brain injury at Kennedy Krieger.
Mission: To conduct and promote transformative clinical research designed to drive best practices in clinical care to help children and adolescents with brain injury achieve their potential.
Vision: To be the premier center for clinical research in pediatric brain injury rehabilitation and outcome.
Current Research Projects:
Children aged 10-17 years old who recently had a concussion, and children aged 15-17 years old who have never had a concussion. Currently recruiting.