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Cohen Veterans Bioscience is a national, nonpartisan research 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to fast-tracking the development of diagnostic tests and personalized therapeutics for the millions of veterans and civilians who suffer the devastating effects of trauma-related and other brain disorders.
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Cohen Veterans Bioscience Receives Research Award from Department of Defense’s Medical Research and Materiel Command to Establish A Clinical Trial Infrastructure and Conduct an Adaptive Platform Trial Testing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) PharmacotherapeuticsRead more
Cohen Veterans Bioscience will establish a clinical trial infrastructure and serve as the Clinical Coordinating Center for a 3.5-year study to comparatively test pharmacotherapeutics for PTSD.
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Early Signal subsidiary will expand CVB’s role as a hub for translational research and data analytics to fast-track solutions for brain disorders
Brainsway and Cohen Veterans Bioscience Announce Biomarker Research Collaboration in Post Traumatic Stress DisorderRead more
Brainsway, a leader in the advanced non-invasive treatment of brain disorders, and Cohen Veterans Bioscience today announced the launch of a new research collaboration with the Stanford University School of Medicine to identify potential biomarkers in patients suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Cohen Veterans Bioscience Releases Harris Poll Assessing Awareness of PTSD in U.S. Military VeteransRead more
Cohen Veterans Bioscience today announced results of a Harris Poll survey of over 2000 respondents revealing that nearly 9 in 10 Americans (88%) agree that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a significant problem among U.S. military veterans.
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Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is working with Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB) to identify and study biomarkers that could improve treatment options. For veterans, a specific biomarker found in a blood sample can confirm a PTSD diagnosis and the potential to respond to treatment.