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Peter Hoehn, Accomplished Pharmaceutical Executive, Joins Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB) in Newly Created Executive Leadership RoleRead more
Peter Hoehn joins Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB) as Executive Vice President, Strategic Marketing, Development, and Impact. In this newly created role, Hoehn will lead the External Affairs, Communications, and Development functions for New York-based non-profit CVB which is dedicated to advancing brain health.
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Cohen Veterans Bioscience is proud to introduce an unprecedented new video series that provides the practical knowledge necessary for researchers to incorporate sex as a biological variable into their current and future research. The 18-part video training program was developed to help strengthen the translation of basic research findings to human care.
The Global Preclinical Data Forum, Cohen Veterans Bioscience and European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Announce 2022 Best Negative Data Prize in Preclinical NeuroscienceRead more
The Global Preclinical Data Forum, in collaboration with Cohen Veterans Bioscience and the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, announce the opening of submissions for the 2022 Best Negative Data Prize in Preclinical Neuroscience. The prize recognizes the researcher or research group whose publication in preclinical neuroscience best exemplifies data where the results do not confirm the expected outcomes or original hypotheses.
Traumatic Brain Injury: A Framework to Advance Biomarker Development for Diagnosis, Outcome Prediction, and TreatmentRead 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.
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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.