Associate Professor – University of Queensland
Dr. Karen Barlow is a paediatric neurologist, and leading expert on outcome and treatment of child and youth concussion and traumatic brain injury. She is the Paul Hopkins Chair of Paediatric Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury and the lead of the Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury Research Program at the Children’s Health Research Centre at the University of Queensland. Her research focuses on the neurobiological signatures and treatment of neurological dysfunction in mild traumatic brain injury and concussion, especially the behavioural and cognitive impairments that are found in post-concussion syndrome (PCS) using multimodal neurological assessments and clinical trials.
Multimodal imaging in post-concussion syndrome after mild traumatic brain in children