The team has different consolidated lines of research, including neurotraumatology, research into hydrocephalus and alterations in cerebrospinal fluid dynamics, and research into congenital craniocervical anomalies.

The UNINN research group’s projects, traditionally clinical, incorporate basic research while still maintaining a patient-focused approach. One of its main aims is to increase translational research to improve prognosis and quality of life in patients.

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