Who/what is PenCRU? Find out here!
PenCRU (Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit) is a childhood disability research team. We are a partnership between researchers, families and health care professionals. Working together, we aim to ensure that research addresses issues that are relevant to disabled children and their families and results in beneficial new treatments and services.
Watch a video: the team explain how they work in partnership with families affected by childhood disability, making their research more useful and relevant.
PenCRU is part of the Peninsula Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (PenCLAHRC). PenCLAHRC is a collaboration of Universities and NHS organisations in the South West of England which aims to deliver high-quality health research that influences medical practice.