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A new Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) study provides insights on how to accurately evaluate head impact sensor data.
Learn about the science behind CIRP's research on the new Injury Research In Action YouTube Channel.
Today we are pleased to welcome a guest blog post from Kendall Seigworth, MPH, a research assistant at Temple University who participated in the Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at CIRP a few summers ago that inspired her to pursue a STEM career.
Gabriel Nah, a senior at Lincoln University, plans to become a neuroscientist and thanks the REU Injury Science at CIRP for helping him choose a career path.
New CHOP research, published in Pediatric Emergency Care, demonstrated that new ED guidelines for limiting computed tomography (CR) of the brain to evaluate for bleeding after a head injury were sustainable across five years.
A new research collaborative sees value in taking a multi-disciplinary approach to concussion research in children and teens.
Lessons learned from the pros, CHOP research will inform concussion prevention, diagnosis and treatment for kids.
As the landscape of women’s athletics changes, Dr. Kristy Arbogast briefly sums up what scientists know about concussions in female athletes today and what we urgently still need to learn.
What does it take to recruit high school students for research? Read about strategies to recruit student athletes to participate in a multi-year study.
Here is our ICYMI news roundup for August 2017.