Researchers hope to follow veterans with mild TBI for up to 20 years in order to document the neurological effects of their head injuries.
A new study reports using MEG neuroimaging technology in conjunction with machine learning algorithms could help to determine whether a person is suffering from concussion.
DTI neuroimaging may be able to predict functional post combat outcomes for veterans who suffered concussions or brain injuries while on duty, a new study reports.
According to a new study, older individuals have a harder time recovering from concussions.
Findings could lead to improved treatment options and better understanding of post concussion depression and anxiety.
According to a new study, women have more persistent memory problems following a MTBI than men.
According to a new study, some high school football players show measurable brain changes after one year of playing the sport, even in the absence of a concussion.
A new neuroimaging study reports veterans with PTSD could have hormonal irregularities due to pituitary gland damage from blast related injuries.