Read the Centre's annual reports, from 2010 to today
Read about the Centre's growth, change and progression in our annual reports, from the time of its predecessor, Imperial Blast, to its current form today.
2017's annual report illustrates the importance on understanding blast injury and ultimately how to mitigate, prevent and treat it.
2016's annual report illustrates the importance of education in achieving better blast injury mitigation and post-blast injury quality of life.
The Centre's fourth annual report shows a successful and engaging year. With renewed funding from The Royal British Legion, the future looks bright.
2014's annual report details the Centre's continued research progress and substantial contribution to knowledge in the field of blast injury studies.
The second annual report shows not only a growth in research activity, but also the Centre thrusted into the media spotlight.
2012 marked the first annual report for the Centre, having evolved from Imperial Blast. The pace of change proved considerable with TRBL's support.
The second and final annual report of Imperial Blast heralds the establishment of The Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies.
Introduction of the latest annual report
This annual report represents the sixth in series. It celebrates the successes in the Centre during 2017, including research outputs and achievements, and engaging the public with our work - an aspect which we consider to be very important. A significant amount of this report is dedicated to the research outputs of the Centre. We highlight the input we have into educating people about blast injury, be it through undergraduate or postgraduate courses or through hands-on experience of research within the laboratories. It has been a very successful year for the Centre for Blast Injury Studies and we look forward to continuing this into and beyond 2018.