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Welcome to Child Brain Research

Promoting cutting edge research leading to improved
treatments for children with a wide spectrum of brain and
neurological disorders.

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A research incubator

Providing a valued service to researchers: expert
guidance, seed-funding, networking and navigation
through research governance.

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Support Child Brain Research

We value your contributions. All donations go directly
towards supporting the activities of the charity.

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CBR is a UK charity. Our mission is: 

To promote research leading to improved lives for children affected by neurological disorders and their families.

We welcome enquiries from researchers and support from families and public.

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March 2014 – CBR announce Seed funding initiative


Supported study bears fruit!

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Research arising from a CBR seed-funded study has led to the successful award of a prestigious clinical research training fellowship to Dr Amy McTague at UCL Institute of Child Health.

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Research

Child Brain Research

We offer a number of avenues of support to prospective researchers. These may include seed-funding, scientific and statistical guidance, hands-on support for regulatory and funding applications, as well as data collection and analysis.

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The Need

It is only through the kindness of donors that we are able to continue our work and with a charity of our size even the smallest donation makes a huge difference.

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Child Brain Research welcomes proposals for support from researchers.

We have a successful record of supporting researchers with grant applications, research ethics, NHS R&D, and MHRA clinical trial approvals, and we have been pro-active in setting up multi-centre collaborations and promoting new studies.

“Child Brain Research has been of inestimable value in networking, and getting funding and governance approvals in place for the UK OMS study. Without their input we would not now be in the position to launch this study across the UK”

Dr Mike Pike, Oxford Children’s Hospital