About

The NeuroRecovery Research Hub forms a translational pipeline where our basic science research informs the development of novel therapeutic interventions that are translated to improve the lives of people with a disorder affecting the brain and spine including chronic pain, mental health and neurological disorders.

The NeuroRecovery Research Hub is located at UNSW Sydney (University of New South Wales).


The Hub brings together a multi-disciplinary team of passionate researchers aiming to effectively treat these conditions using cutting-edge science research methods and novel technology-based interventions.

The NeuroRecovery Research Hub is supported by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), the Australian Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF), Rebecca L. Cooper Medical Research Foundation, International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), US Department of Defence (DoD), NSW Defence Innovation Network and NSW Health.

The NeuroRecovery Research Hub is located at the Univerity of New South Wales
The NeuroRecovery Research Hub is located at the Univerity of New South Wales

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Welcome to the NeuroRecovery Research Hub
Welcome to the NeuroRecovery Research Hub

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Researchers Offices
Researchers Offices

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The NeuroRecovery Research Hub is located at the Univerity of New South Wales
The NeuroRecovery Research Hub is located at the Univerity of New South Wales

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