The patient is the main focus of our research across is the continuum of care at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation.
Vision for our Research – Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation will be nationally recognized for conducting innovative, patient centered research and education programs that lead to the highest quality outcomes in patient care.
Mission of our Research – to maximize the patient’s rehabilitation outcomes and health through the identification, application, and dissemination of evidence based research and education.
Public Health Framework for the Research at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation
Our research at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation adopts a public health focus in that we aim to help the patient’s we directly serve - but also have an impact on clinical practice at a population level by identifying and disseminating evidence-based practice.
There are currently over 35 research projects involving clinicians ongoing across the continuum of care from the NICU to outpatient rehabilitation at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation. Click here to find out more about our research that involves patients with Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and Stroke. In addition, Baylor is a designated Traumatic Brain Injury Model System supported through the National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research.
The Research Office at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation is directed by Simon Driver, PhD and supported by Cindy Dunklin (Research Coordinator), Librada Callender (Research Coordinator), Anne Woolsey (Research Coordinator), and Megan Reynolds (Research Coordinator). The Research Office provides supported to investigators across the continuum of care.