According to a new study, using MRI to assess patients soon after TBI can lead to more accurate detection of cerebral microbleeding.
ISRIB, a small molecule that blocks the integrated stress response, can reverse the neural and cognitive effects of a concussion in mice weeks after a brain injury has occurred.
Victims of physical domestic violence are 12 times more likely to suffer a TBI than athletes or members of the military, a new study reports. However, many victims' injuries go undiagnosed or untreated.
Study confirms TBI can cause impulse control problems.
NG2-glia, a newly discovered type of brain cell that can renew itself is regulated by circadian rhythms. The findings shed new light on how the body's circadian clock can promote healing following a traumatic brain injury.
A novel non-invasive method merges acoustic imaging methods with new algorithms to explore changes in white and gray matter following head injury.
The NIH is awarding researchers $18.8 million to help support global research into concussions and TBI.
Researchers report repeated head injuries suffered by high school football players during a single season results in measurable brain changes, even when no concussion occurred.