Conducting Research at Brooks
Brooks Rehabilitation offers the opportunity to conduct clinical studies through its Clinical Research Center. The Brooks Rehabilitation Clinical Research Center remains very committed to supporting a strong program for rehabilitation and disability research, engaging and supporting high quality research projects. Brooks seeks to advance the knowledge and science of rehabilitation, to foster relationships between scientific medical research and the application of rehabilitation principles to clinical practice to improve patient outcomes and to restore hope and improve the quality of life for people with disabling injuries or illness.
Since its inception, the Brooks Center initiative has resulted in more than 70 ongoing or completed projects, collaboration with more than 40 Investigators from various academic institutions and organizations regionally and nationally. More than 5,000 individuals have been screened resulting in more than 1,000 actual enrolled research participants! In addition, these collaborations have resulted in over 300 publications in peer reviewed journals, national posters and presentations.
Our research over the past 10 years has fostered clinical insight and expertise through feasibility, assessment, outcomes or intervention trials in the areas of: Stroke, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic Conditions, Pain and Aging.
If you are interested in conducting research at Brooks, please contact Holly Morris, Research Director at (904) 345-7302. All investigators who wish to conduct research at Brooks must submit an Application for Research. This form and other required documentation (listed below) should be submitted electronically to Holly Morris at Holly.Morris@brooksrehab.org. We thank you for your interest in working with the Brooks Clinical Research Center and Brooks Rehabilitation to conduct valuable research leading to improved outcomes for our patients.
Part A: Project Information
3. Informed Consents(s), if available
4. Curriculum Vitae of Principal Investigator (if not previously submitted)
5. IRB approval letter, if available