From the clinic to the lab to the playing field, tag-team science is the key to a new research initiative that will tackle the accuracy of youth concussion diagnoses head-on. With a $4.5 million grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and…
"I'm a parent of two athletes, and concussions are something that’s talked about on the sidelines. Parents are concerned. What we’re hoping to do is provide some evidence-base that is specific to kids and contribute to the scientific foundation of what clinicians do in the clinic.”
- Kristy Arbogast, PhD, co-scientific director of the Center for Injury Research and Prevention
Puzzles always captivated Dimitri Monos, PhD, as a young child in Greece. If you gave him a geometry problem, it would instantaneously “capture his brain.” Today, this passion for problem solving fuels the tremendous time and energy that Dr.
Watching 2-year-old Gianni Garrow scramble up and down the physician’s chair in the urology exam room, it’s difficult to imagine that he was born with his bladder exposed on the outside of his body.
Three months after giving birth, a new mother held her baby for the very first time. Born with a congenital heart defect, her child had been rushed to the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit for surgery soon after delivery.
Scientific research can be so much more than just the facts.