Brain Trauma Evidence-Based Consortium
Funded in 2014 by U.S. Department of Defense to Stanford University, with subcontract to Brain Trauma Foundation
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Brain Trauma Foundation constantly seeks to improve the diagnosis and treatment of TBI. To do this, we lead the way in cutting-edge clinical research spanning the spectrum from concussion to coma. We are primarily funded by the Department of Defense and partner with some of the most prestigious research organizations, such as Stanford University, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Oregon State University, Portland State University, University of Southern California, and University of California Santa Barbara.
Brain Trauma Foundation is leading the way in conducting clinical and field research about traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Our work ranges from looking at the use of quantitative measures via eye-tracking goggles to ensure visual attention, to being part of a multi-institutional research consortium that seeks to provide a stronger evidence base for brain injury care.
Funded in 2011 by U.S. Department of Defense
Funded in 2015 by U.S. Department of Defense
1991 - 2006
2002-2007, funded by James S. McDonell Foundation
2009 - 2013, funded by James S. McDonell Foundation
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