Patient & Veteran Perspectives

At least one in five people will be affected by brain disease or brain injury in their lifetime. Brain disease is personal, and it affects all of us.

What is it like to live with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury or Multiple Sclerosis, or to care for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or depression?

Read insights from Veterans and stories of people living with brain disease.

Listening to Veterans: Veteran Perspectives & Interviews


Presentation by CPT John E. Cebak, DO, PhD (U.S. Army National Guard) at the 2019 State of the Science Summit

Presentation by Frank Larkin (U.S. Navy SEAL, Ret.) at the 2017 Cohen Veterans Care Summit

Hear personal stories from the Veterans of 22 Jumps, who are raising awareness of the need for better solutions for traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder to reduce the incidence of suicide.

Watch the Veterans of 22 Jumps discuss what they would like to see changed to improve their mental health and why we need to advance diagnostics and treatment options for traumatic brain injury.

State of Mind: Patient & Caregiver Perspectives