Resource Facilitation: Indiana Best Practices Manual for Return-to- Work or Return-to-School Click on the read more button to get a link to download the full manual. Once you… Read More
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2016 Robert L. Moody Prize
Dr. Flora Hammond has been awarded the 2016 Robert L. Moody Prize of Distinguished Initiatives in Brain Injury Research and Rehabilitation.
The Moody Prize is awarded by the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, The Transitional Learning Center of Galveston, and UTMB Center for Rehabilitation Sciences each year to honor and recognize individuals or a team of individuals who have made significant contributions in applied brain injury research and rehabilitation. The award recognizes Dr. Hammond’s many contributions in the field of brain injury rehabilitation, including her contributions in science, clinical care, professional development, and advocacy.
As summarized by one of her colleagues: “Dr. Hammond is one of the most – perhaps THE most – productive clinical translational researchers in brain injury rehabilitation working today.” Dr. Hammond is a “leader among leaders” in the world of brain injury research.
Flora M. Hammond, MD is Professor and Chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Indiana University School of Medicine; as well as Chief of Medical Affairs and Medical Director at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana. She has been a Project Director for the Traumatic Brain Injury Model System since 1998 (funded by the National Institute on Disability Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research). Prior to selection for the 2016 Robert L. Moody Prize, Flora has received local and national awards for her teaching, clinical care and research, including the 2001 Association of Academic Physiatrists Young Academician Award, the 2011 Brain Injury Association of America William Caveness Award, and the 2013 Baylor College of Medicine Distinguished Alumnus Award. She leads the TBI Model System Aging Special Interest Group, and co-leads the ACRM TBI Longterm Issues Task Force. Dr. Hammond had the opportunity to lead the 2011, 2012, and 2013 Galveston Brain Injury Conferences which focused on changing the view of brain injury as an incident with limited short-term treatment to a chronic condition that must be proactively managed over the course of life.
Flora has a tireless passion to improve the lives of people with brain injury and their families through research, teaching, and systems change. Examples of Dr. Hammond’s lines of research include: