One of the ways the Centre helps improve quality of life after blast injury is through not only developing and advancing treatments that facilitate rehabilitation and recovery, but also sharing its developments and advances through several different education initiatives. Click through the images below to learn more about how the Centre educates clinicians, engineers and the public on the issues surrounding blast and blast injury.
PhD Studentships (2017-18)
Imperial College London is the UK’s only university focused entirely on science, engineering, medicine and business and we are consistently rated in the top 10 universities in the world.
We work in a multidisciplinary and diverse community for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle the big global challenges our complex world faces.
It’s our mission to achieve enduring excellence in all that we do for the benefit of society – and we are looking for the most talented people to help us get there.
Blast Injury Science and Engineering Textbook
Written by members of the CBIS team and their collaborators, Blast Injury Science and Engineering: A Guide for Clinicians and Researchers aims to help those seeking to conduct science- and engineering-based research on blast injuries as well as engineers and scientists who seek to apply their expertise to address blast injuries.
Surgical Training Course
The Centre's Surgical Training Course trains surgeons from as far afield as Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Algeria in the latest amputation and knee-salvaging techniques, drawing on surgical advancements made during and after the Afghanistan (2001 -2014) and Iraq (2003 – 2011) conflicts.