Two Key Papers from CARE in Early 2021

Two important papers have emerged from the CARE Consortium in early 2021, reflecting the work of the Consortium to better understand concussion/mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in NCAA student-athletes and military service academy cadets/midshipmen. Christina Master, MD (a CARE site … Continue reading

NCAA-DOD CARE Consortium Receives $42.65M award to launch next phase of study

The NCAA-DOD CARE Consortium is proud to announce the next phase of CARE: The CARE-SALTOS Integrated (CSI) Study. Principal Investigators Thomas W. McAllister (Indiana University School of Medicine), Michael A. McCrea (Medical College of Wisconsin), Steven P. Broglio (University of … Continue reading

MHSRS Award Recipient

CARE is honored to receive the Outstanding Research Accomplishment/Team-Academia-Industry award from the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS). CARE Principal Investigators, Dr. Thomas McAllister (Indiana University),  Dr. Michael McCrea (Medical College of Wisconsin), Dr. Steve Broglio (University of Michigan), and … Continue reading

Findings from CARE Consortium added to global repository for brain injury data

Data from the world’s most comprehensive concussion study is now publicly available in a repository aimed at providing traumatic brain injury researchers access to a wealth of new knowledge. The U.S. Department of Defense announced recently that data from the … Continue reading

Brain Injuries & CTE: Detection, Treatment, and Prevention

Dr. Thomas McAllister talks about brain injuries and CTE. How we can detect, treat and prevent these kinds of injuries? Watch Video >

A new $22.5 million grant from the NCAA and DOD is enabling CARE to expand its scope

The CARE Consortium has received a new $22.5 million grant from the NCAA and DOD which will enable CARE to expand its scope to study the intermediate and cumulative effects of concussion and repetitive head impact exposure. https://medicine.iu.edu/news/2018/10/ncaa-and-department-of-defense-expand-concussion-study-with-22-5-million-in-new-funding/

What you need to know about your child’s risk of concussion

“Should I let my kids play sports?” What you need to know about your child’s risk of concussion

Quick action on concussion symptoms helps athletes recover faster, researchers find

University of Florida’s CARE Performance Site PI James Clugston and doctoral student Breton Asken discuss concussions and RTP Watch Video >

Research Supporting a Lifetime of Brain Injury: Part 1 of 4

Research Supporting a Lifetime of Brain Injury: Part 1 of 4 By Ms. Erin Bolling (Army Medicine) March 19, 2018 Read Full Article >

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