Neuromonitoring refers to the use of continuous measures of brain physiology to detect clinically important events in real-time. Multimodality neuromonitoring refers to the use of multiple time-synchronized, integrated data sources to provide a more comprehensive assessment of brain physiology. Neuromonitoring devices can be invasive or non-invasive and are typically used on patients with acute brain injury or at high risk for brain injury. The use of these monitoring devices is increasing in pediatric ICUs although gaps exist in implementing them for both research and clinical care. Our group focuses on the use of multimodality neuromonitoring, in both clinical and research domains, for critically ill children with acute brain injury or at high risk for developing acute brain injury in the intensive care unit. For interest in getting involved or more information, please contact KIRSCHENM@chop.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org.