Researchers have discovered a correlation between reaction time and white matter microstructure damage in patients with concussion, suggesting an alteration in signaling patterns as a result of mild traumatic brain injury.
Take a look at our Editor’s highlights from Frontiers in TBI 2019, where Sharon Salt shares her top picks from the conference, ranging from neuropathology to digital technology.
A peek behind the paper – Dr Ryan D’Arcy on brain vital signs and the detection of concussion-related impairments in ice hockey
Take a look behind the scenes of a study published in Brain, as we ask Dr Ryan D’Arcy about the establishment of brain vital signs for concussion-related impairments.
A recently published study has determined that GFAP and UCH-L1 may be used as blood biomarkers to detect concussion and subconcussive injuries.
A novel study has identified the inflammatory markers IL-1 and IL-6 as potential biomarkers for diagnosis, prognosis and possible treatment targets for concussion.
Researchers have revealed that treatment with magnetic therapy could reverse symptoms of mild traumatic brain injury in rodents, potentially leading to novel treatment methods for individuals with concussion in the future.
Here we review your favorite and most-read pieces from all five of our partnered journals in 2018, giving you access to the most popular articles over the last year.
Researchers have demonstrated a number of links between sleep disruption and brain disorders such as concussion, anxiety and dementia; these results could lead to potential circadian rhythm-related treatments in the future.
Carissa Drake delves into sport-related concussions and their consequences, including the importance of social media on accurately reporting incidences.
A preliminary study has revealed that athletes with ADHD may be at greater risk for experiencing persistent anxiety and depression after a concussion.