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CBI co-sponsors clinical grand rounds presentations to raise visibility for brain injury research, practice guidelines, and team members. These events convene clinicians, researchers, and engineers to promote interdisciplinary work that addresses clinical gaps, technological barriers, and research opportunities. CBI partners with clinical departments and colleges to offer this series. See our recent sessions below.
JULY 31, 2020: PATRICK QUAID | Understanding Visual Dysfunction in mTBI: Research Overview and Clinical Pearls
College of Optometry
AUGUST 25, 2020: ANDREW SAS, MD, PHD | Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Needs a Multidisciplinary Approach for Care
College of Medicine, Department of Neurology
OCTOBER 27, 2020: SEAN ROSE, MD & KELLY MCNALLY, PHD | Post-Concussion Syndrome: What To Do When Kids Don't Get Better
Nationwide Children's Hospital
JANUARY 13, 2021: SAMUEL MCLEAN, MD, MPH | Understanding and Preventing Adverse Posttraumatic Neuropsychiatric Sequelae
College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
JANUARY 25, 2021: TODD MONROE, PHD | Could Pain Sensitivity be a Biomarker for Dementia?
College of Nursing
MARCH 5, 2021: ANTHONY KONTOS, PHD | An Evidence-based Approach to Concussion Care using Clinical Profiles and Targeted Interventions
College of Medicine, School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences
MAY 3, 2021: KARL KLAMAR, MD, FAAPMR | Pediatric Concussion: From the Sideline to the Classroom
College of Medicine, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation