Researcher at CU-Boulder studying gender disparities in concussion and mild TBI is currently enrolling new participants.
The Kessler Foundation is conducting a study comparing the effectiveness of two different types of group wellness interventions for spousal/partner caregivers of individuals with TBI.
The Brain Injury Research Center at Mount Sinai Medical Center is seeking people who have had a TBI/concussion and are experiencing difficulties with their emotions and/or behaviors.
The CDC released its Report to Congress on The Management of TBI in Children. This report details the impact a TBI can have on children and their families.
According to a study released on January 6th by the American Academy of Pediatrics, increased cognitive activity is associated with longer recovery from concussion.
In the wake of a TBI, a victim may have more to worry about than lingering headaches, dizziness or inability to concentrate: A new study finds that the risk of ischemic stroke rises in the years that follow.
Beneficial research happening in our state, please share with potential participants!
If you, or someone you know, is a veteran with a traumatic brain injury, please consider participating in this research study.
The Denver and Salt Lake City VA Medical Centers have established a research project with the goal of reducing suicide in the veteran population. They have partnered with community and military organizations and in conducting a number of research studies related to mental health, traumatic brain injury and suicide prevention.