NTL, Issue 32

 

 

 

A Quarterly E-Publication of the International Brain Injury Association

 
 

In This Issue:

 

Interview with Ronald Savage, EdD

The Role of Oculomotor Function in the Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury
Marilyn F. Kraus

The Clinical Utility of the S100Β Protein during Traumatic Brain Injury Management
Juan Jose Egea-Guerrero; Francisco Murillo-Cabezas; José León-Carrión

Obama Administration Pledges Support for Brain Research

Brain Injury Journey

Recent Articles of Note


Call for Abstracts Now Open!

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Click here to submit to your research to the Tenth World Congress on Brain Injury!


New Books

 

Brain Injury Medicine: Principles and Practice

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Symptom Validity Assessment and Malingering


Brain Injury seeks ad hoc reviewers

 

IBIA’s peer reviewed scientific journal, Brain Injury, is looking for ad hoc reviewers. If interested please e-mail your resume and statement of interest to Dr. Nathan Zasler, chief editor, at nzasler@cccv-ltd.com. Interested reviewers should have experience in article review, scientific study methodology and be willing to turn around reviews in a reasonable timeframe.


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