Over four days from March 29th – April 1st 2023, the world’s leading minds in the field of brain injury came together in Dublin, Ireland to share the latest findings on the assessment, treatment and future priorities in brain injury research and rehabilitation. The 14th World Congress on Brain Injury was presented by the International Brain Injury Association in partnership with Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
Over 1,000 delegates from 34 countries gathered at this landmark event, which was hosted at the Convention Centre Dublin. Among them were more than 100 internationally recognised keynotes, panelists and speakers, united in their commitment to progressing the recovery and rehabilitation journey of those impacted by brain injury.
Speaking on behalf of the IBIA Board, Chair of the 14th World Congress Dr David Arciniegas celebrated this hugely successful event: “Every two years, the IBIA mounts this global gathering as a platform to share cutting edge research, promote collaboration, and shine a light on the causes and impacts of brain injury internationally. This 14th edition has been especially significant, marking the first World Congress to be hosted in-person since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. “