Institut Guttmann

Neurorehabilitation hospital

+34 93 497 77 00

Research Office portfolio of services

Support for clinical research

Development and implementation of projects

  • Support for the introduction of new technologies within the framework of RDI projects.
  • Support for the development of projects.
  • Statistical support in the analysis and discussion of results.
  • Support in the preparation of articles and other publication/dissemination.

Support for administrative management

  • Research and dissemination of national and international grant offers.
  • Guidance in the preparation of proposals and formation of consortia.
  • Administrative support for the development and justification of projects.

Support for the development of clinical trials

  • Assistance in the development.
  • Support during the conduct of clinical trials.
  • Support for administrative management.
  • Assistance in the management and justification of clinical trials.

Support for innovation activities

  • Methodological advice for the development of internal initiatives.
  • Advice for technology evaluation and the development of strategies for the protection of IPR.
  • Methodological and technological advice in innovation processes within the organisation.
  • Coordination of the processes of drafting, filing and monitoring patent applications.
  • Technical and methodological support in the process of promotion.

Consultancy and external advice

  • Consulting for the development of neurorehabilitation services.
  • Support for the management and promotion of knowledge.

Promoting cooperation and internationalisation

  • Assistance in the preparation and monitoring of collaboration agreements.

Management, value maintenance and revitalisation of the unique scientific infrastructures of the Institut Guttmann

  • Advanced neurophysiology laboratory.
  • Noninvasive brain stimulation laboratory.
  • Kinematic analysis laboratory.
  • “Guttmann, NeuroPersonalTrainer®.”
  • Laboratory measures for enhancing the quality of life of people with spinal cord injury and acquired brain injury – QvidLab.
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