Veterans & the Military Community

Who We Serve

For Veterans living with the invisible wounds, the fight continues long after they return home.

The invisible wounds of war—including post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI)—are common among those with military experience. Living with these conditions can be challenging for the person with the diagnosis, their family members, and caregivers.

Cohen Veterans Care Summit convenes private and public sector leadership to advance Veterans brain health research and clinical care.

The invisible wounds are not invisible to those that struggle with them every day or their families. They are invisible to the rest of us and to the system that is blind to them and has failed to aggressively pursue the answers.

These brave men and women voluntarily stepped up on the line to serve this great nation with the goal of protecting our freedoms… many have gone into harm’s way at personal expense and sacrifice. We cannot leave any more of them behind. It is our national obligation to support those who have come home with both visible and invisible wounds.

– Frank Larkin
Chair, Veterans Advisory Council

Cohen Veterans Bioscience is advancing the scientific understanding of the invisible wounds

Our research and advocacy aim to fast-track the science and improve the lives of Veterans and service members living with the invisible wounds by:

Advancing our understanding of TBI and PTSD through rigorous research, including discovering genetic factors and building predictive data models.

Fast-tracking the development of easy-to-use diagnostic tests and guidelines to diagnose TBI and PTSD quickly and accurately.

Advancing research that can help match patients to the most effective treatments, including wellness, digital health, drug and device approaches.

Advocating for policies that prioritize brain trauma solutions for Veterans at the federal, state, and local levels.

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Across the country, Veterans, first responders, and everyday heroes are using their hobbies and passions to help fund our transformative research.

A Marine Veteran brings hope to individuals and families affected by TBI and suicide.

After Marine Veteran Tristan Wimmer lost his brother and fellow Marine to suicide, he founded 22 Jumps to honor him and all Veterans whose lives are cut short by suicide. 22 Jumps is a series of fundraising events where Veterans and others BASE jump 22 times in a single day in honor of the 22 Veterans who die by suicide each day. The funds from these events help advance solutions for TBI.

A marine veteran brings hope to individuals and families affected by TBI and suicide


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Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity research organization and does not offer medical advice. CVB encourages you to seek medical advice from a physician or healthcare provider if you have questions regarding a medical condition, or to call 911 or go to the nearest hospital if you find that you or someone you are concerned about is in an emergency situation.