Participating in TBI/Concussion and PTS Research
We welcome those with symptoms of traumatic brain injury (TBI, also known as concussion) and posttraumatic stress (PTS) to contact us to participate. Individuals who are in good health are also vital to clinical research. Participation is the key to advancing important research. Brain injury can affect how you think, feel, remember, and communicate. Have you or someone you know experienced these symptoms?
For more information about participating in clinical research, please refer to the participation page.
CNRM Clinical Research News
Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Perl! Winner of the 2019 James J. Leonard Award for Excellence in Clinical Research
Dr. Daniel Perl, Director of the CNRM Brain Tissue Repository, was recently selected as the winner of the 2019 James J. Leonard Award for Excellence in Clinical Research for the paper entitled, “Characterization of interface astroglial scarring in the human brain after blast exposure: a post-mortem case series” (Lancet Neurol. 15:944-953, 2016)." This award recognizes USU faculty members and AFRRI scientists who, in the estimation of their peers, have made the most significant published scientific contribution to translational/clinical research during the past three years. Dr. Perl was selected from a very competitive slate of nominees and his award will be presented at the Award Symposium to be held later this year.Read more…
CNRM Presents Research at MHSRS
More than a dozen CNRM researchers presented the results of various clinical trials and other cutting edge research studies at the 2019 Military Health System Research Symposium in Orlando, FL, which was attended by more than 3000 military medical researchers.