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TBI, animal models and neuroimaging: David Brody at Frontiers in TBI

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David Brody is a Professor of Neurology at Washington University (MO, USA) and directs the traumatic brain injury (TBI) clinic at the University. We met up with David at the inaugural Frontiers in TBI conference (London, UK, 13–14 July 2017) to hear more about his work on animal models of the neurodegeneration that follows TBI, as well as new research into astrocyte degeneration in CTE. He also discusses his outlook on the future of the field and the importance of developing neuroimaging techniques, particularly at the molecular level.

Want to find out more? You can find more videos with speakers from Frontiers in TBI, as well as a live-streamed debate, ‘Should we retire the term concussion?’, on our YouTube channel and at www.neuro-central.com/videos

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  1. David Minnesta on

    Good talk! Thank you! I am really happy to have been a participant in some of the neurophysical work done hear at Abbott Northwestern Hospital

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