Handling missing data for study subjects that are lost to follow-up

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs as a result of external forcible impact and ranks among the

Track-TBI indicates that mild traumatic brain injury patients show long-term effects one-year post-injury

Current standards of care assume that patients recover from mild traumatic brain injuries

Eye Movement Analysis Can Provide Insight into AD and MCI

An accumulation of evidence indicates that patients in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease

Brain training reduces accidents for elderly

Between the years 2000 and 2010, the number of people in the United States who were 65 years of

Depression and Dementia in Older Adults

While depression and dementia certainly have distinguishable differences, both conditions can be

Baseline cognitive assessments are important for dementia treatment

As with many conditions, early recognition and diagnosis of dementia are key to managing

Determine the right TBI assessment to use

Most traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are mild in terms of their duration and lasting effects.

Center-TBI study provides a natural experiment in managing TBI across 20 countries and over 60 centers in Europe

Traumatic brain injury from external physical force can lead to an alteration to brain function.

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