Research and innovation

We have an active research portfolio, led by world-renowned Prof. Barbara A Wilson OBE and Dr. Anita Rose, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologists. We regularly conduct research and publish articles, books and resources. In addition, our team are regularly invited as speakers to engage with audiences internationally about our work and research efforts. For details of our current and past research portfolio, see below.

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Articles and publications
The effect of positioning on the level of arousal and awareness in patients in the vegetative state or the minimally conscious state: A replication and extension of a previous finding. Brain Impairment14(03), 475-479. Wilson, B. A., Dhamapurkar, S., Tunnard, C., Watson, P., & Florschutz, G. (2013).
The natural history of continuing improvement in an individual after a long period of impaired consciousness: The story of I.J. Brain Injury 30(2) 230-36. Dhamapurkar, S., Rose, A., Florschutz, G. and Wilson, A. B., (2016).
Sheehan’s syndrome and sickle cell disease: the story of Natasha. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-9. Wilson, B. A., Rose, A., & Florschutz, G. (2016).
The natural history of continuing improvement in an individual after a long period of impaired consciousness: The story of IJ. Brain injury30(2), 230-236. Dhamapurkar, S. K., Rose, A., Florschutz, G., & Wilson, B. A. (2016).
Seeing red: Relearning to read in a case of Balint’s Syndrome. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation39(1), 111-117. Rose, A., Wilson, B. A., Manolov, R., & Florschutz, G. (2016).
Akinetic mutism and the story of David. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-10. Sinden, R., Wilson, B. A., Rose, A., & Mistry, N. (2017).
Brugada Syndrome and the Story of Dave.  Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-9. Dhamapurkar, S.K., Wilson, B.A., Rose, A & Florschutz, G. (2017).
Does Modafinil improve the level of consciousness for people with a prolonged disorder of consciousness? A retrospective pilot study. Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation, 39 (26): 2633-2639. Dhamapurkar, S., Rose, A., Watson P., Wilson, A. B. and Shiel A. (2017).
Assessment and Treatment of People with A Disorder of Consciousness: An Account of Some Recent Studies. Psychology & Neuroscience 9(2): 221-229. Wilson, A. B., Dhamapurkar, S., Rose A. (2016).
Surviving Brain Damage After Assault: From Vegetative State to Meaningful Life. Psychology Press. Wilson, B. A., Dhamapurkar, S. K., & Rose, A. (2016).