The Rehabilitation Research (RERE) group is a very dynamic research team, formed in 2019. Most P.I.’s have heterogeneous research lines, ranging from neurological to oncological rehabilitation and from pediatric to geriatric rehabilitation. Several RERE members still work as a clinician, which stimulates the transition of clinical questions into research questions and vice versa.
All RERE members share one common purpose: we aim to provide the best scientific evidence for rehabilitation strategies to improve the quality of life by optimizing physical functioning. We believe that lifelong physical autonomy is achievable.
At present, rehabilitation strategies, whether or not preventive in nature, have proven effective. We are now as a team, ready to take the next step: we will complement our own insights with those from other disciplines. Hence, we will strongly try to integrate innovative insights from transdisciplinary research.