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The Moving Ahead Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Brain Recovery, established in 2012, is the first centre worldwide to take a multidisciplinary, multisite approach to addressing the psychosocial rehabilitation of individuals following TBI. Funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, Moving Ahead brings together key experts from a range of partner universities, hospitals and research institutes in Australia and overseas.

Check out the videos below to learn more about our partner universities and the research they are involved in.



UNSW Moving Ahead CRE

Take a look inside the Moving Ahead Centre of Research Excellence lab at UNSW and see what we do and why we love to do it.


Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) Moving Ahead CRE

Meet the researchers at the Moving Ahead Centre of Research Excellence lab at MCRI and find out why they like working in research.


Griffith University Moving Ahead CRE

Professor Tamara Ownsworth and Dr Elizabeth Beadle provide an in-depth overview into their current research project using the cooking task as a main outcome measure to help answer the question of whether people with severe TBI benefit from making errors as they learn complex new tasks.


University of Queensland Moving Ahead CRE

Gain an insight into the research currently being conducted into rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury by the team of occupational therapists at the University of Queensland.


Monash University Moving Ahead CRE

Dr Dana Wong and Dr Adam McKay explain how adapted cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can be utilised as a treatment for clients with brain injuries.


University of Sydney Moving Ahead CRE

Learn why Chief Investigator Professor Robyn Tate and her research team are using the Program for Engagement, Participation & Activities (PEPA) to target participation in every day activities for people with a traumatic brain injury.


University of Sydney Moving Ahead CRE

PhD student Rachael Rietdijk provides a glimpse into the TBIconneCT study she is conducting with Chief Investigator Leanne Togher and Dr Emma Power which compares the outcomes of a Skype-based communication skills training program to a traditional face-to-face communication skills training program for people with TBI and their communication partners.