Frontiers in TBI 2017

In July 2017, the first Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury conference took place at Imperial College London, showcasing the latest developments in the world of traumatic brain injury (TBI) research. TBI is a multidisciplinary problem; this conference was initiated to bring together clinicians and scientists, from all disciplines, to be informed on, and contribute to discussions surrounding the latest research in TBI.

This two-day conference was hosted at Imperial College, in the heart of London. The event included invited talks from established world-leading academics as well as early-stage researchers. We also hosted two interactive debates, with live voting and questions from the audience. A broad range of topics were covered, to reflect the multidisciplinary nature of TBI research and care – included topics were: military, sporting, paediatrics, neurodegeneration, neuropsychiatry, psychology and injury modelling.

The FITBI2017 program can be found here.


Speaker Interviews


Some of the talks are available to download here.


Frontiers in TBI 2017 Photo highlights

Frontiers in TBI 2017



The Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College London, South Kensington, London


 Local Organising Committee FiTBI2017

David Sharp – Chair
Imperial College London

Lucia Li
Imperial College London

Peter Jenkins
Imperial College London