New Rochelle, NY, September 16, 2020—Intracranial abnormalities on CT scan in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be predicted by glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) levels in the blood. These interim findings from the TRACK-TBI study are published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Neurotrauma. Click here to read the article now.
We are pleased to announce the launch of TRACK-TBI Longitudinal (TRACK-TBI LONG) in May 2019, funded through a competitive grant from the National Football League Scientific Advisory Board. TRACK-TBI LONG will further advance our understanding of TBI’s natural history by extending follow-up of the original TRACK-TBI cohort by an additional year. This follow-up effort to the TRACK-TBI study aims to collect longer term data on the outcomes of those original TRACK-TBI participants who experienced a brain injury.
Dr. Esther Yuh and her TED Seed Project received FDA qualification today of the Medical Device Development Tool submitted on behalf of the TED Initiative.