Long-Term Impact of Military-Relevant Brain Injury Consortium Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium

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Neuroimaging of TBI

Systems Biology, Neuroimaging, Neuropsychology, Neuroconnectivity and Traumatic Brain Injury

Default mode network, connectivity, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic amnesia

Longitudinal evaluation of ventricular volume changes associated with mild traumatic brain injury in military service members

Validation of diffusion MRI estimates of compartment size and volume fraction in a biomimetic brain phantom using a human MRI scanner with 300mT/m maximum gradient strength

Advanced neuroimaging to quantify myelin in vivo: Application to mild TBI

Comparing two processing pipelines to measure subcortical and cortical volumes in patients with and without traumatic brain injury

Increased small-world network topology following deployment-acquired traumatic brain injury associated with the development of post-traumatic stress disorder

Supervised learning technique for the automated identification of white matter hyperintensities in traumatic brain injury

Assessing the Structural and Functional Effects of Neuromodulation Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Susceptibility Weighted Imaging and White Matter Abnormality Findings in service members With Persistent Cognitive Symptoms Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Volumetric and shape analyses of subcortical structures in United States service members with mild traumatic brain injury

Inflammatory changes in optic nerve after closed-head repeated traumatic brain injury: Preliminary study.

Quantitative structural neuroimaging of mild traumatic brain injury in the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium (CENC): Comparison of volumetric data within and across scanners

Advanced neuroimaging applied to veterans and service personnel with traumatic brain injury: state of the art and potential benefits

The U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity, 839 Chandler Street, Fort Detrick MD 21702-5014 is the awarding and administering acquisition office. This work was supported by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs endorsed by the Department of Defense, through the Psychological Health/Traumatic Brain Injury Research Program Long-Term Impact of Military-Relevant Brain Injury Consortium (LIMBIC) Award/W81XWH-18-PH/TBIRP-LIMBIC under Awards No. W81XWH1920067 and W81XWH-13-2-0095, and by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Awards No. I01 CX002097, I01 CX002096, I01 HX003155, I01 RX003444, I01 RX003443, I01 RX003442, I01 CX001135, I01 CX001246, I01 RX001774, I01 RX 001135, I01 RX 002076, I01 RX 001880, I01 RX 002172, I01 RX 002173, I01 RX 002171, I01 RX 002174, and I01 RX 002170. Opinions, interpretations, conclusions and recommendations are those of the author and are not necessarily endorsed by the Department of Defense. / Created by VCU University Relations