- March 2, 2022Read more
Less than 30% of the world’s researchers are women, according to UNESCO Institute for Statistics data.
Watch the brilliant women scientists of CVB discuss what’s it’s like to be women working in the field of brain science, what inspires them, and what impact they hope their work will have.
Traumatic Brain Injury: A Framework to Advance Biomarker Development for Diagnosis, Outcome Prediction, and TreatmentFebruary 10, 2022Read more
Published in the Journal of Neurotrauma, the article focuses on the pressing need for multi-modal biomarkers for traumatic brain injury to guide the development of diagnostics and personalized, targeted therapies.
- January 25, 2022Read more
The Coalition to Heal Invisible Wounds announces two new members will join the organization in its efforts to create a comprehensive advocacy agenda to address the invisible wounds of war. The Navy SEAL Foundation and the Green Beret Foundation will join current national Coalition members Cohen Veterans Bioscience, the Montana chapter of the National Alliance for Mental Illness, and the Military Veterans Project.
Parachuting with Purpose: Local US Marine Corps Veteran BASE Jumps Off Camelback Mountain to Raise Awareness of Veteran SuicideJanuary 24, 2022Read more
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among post-9/11 Veterans. Marine Veteran and Arizona State University alumni Tristan Wimmer is returning to the skies of his hometown to bring attention to this national crisis.
Q&A with the Authors of “White Matter Hyperintensities Are Not Related to Symptomatology or Cognitive Functioning in Service Members with a Remote History of Traumatic Brain Injury”, part of the Null Hypothesis Special Collection in Neurotrauma ReportsJanuary 24, 2022Read more
The Null Hypothesis Special Collection in Neurotrauma Reports is a collection of articles comprised of high-quality, well-conducted peer-reviewed studies that incorporate negative, inconclusive or replication findings in the field of brain trauma. We caught up with three of the authors of one of the Null Hypothesis publications, Drs. Sara Lippa, Kimbra Kenney and John Ollinger to learn more about their findings and why initiatives like this are important for ensuring that all research findings are considered, no matter the outcome.