The ENIGMA brain injury project and global data collaboration with Emily Dennis

Written by Sharon Salt (Senior Editor) & Kimberley Ndungu (Future Science Group)

The ENIGMA brain injury group – also referred to as the ENIGMA Consortium – is a global collaboration that brings together researchers in imaging genomics, neurology and psychiatry to understand brain structure and function based on imaging techniques, genetic data and patient populations. The initiative includes several working groups, including those focused on military brain injury, pediatric moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), adult moderate-to-severe TBI, intimate partner violence, sports-related head injury and many more.  In this video interview, we had the pleasure of speaking with Emily Dennis (University of Utah, UT, USA) at the Frontiers in TBI conference (16 September...

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