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Dr. Javier Cárdenas Weighs in on ASU’s CTE Study in New York Times

Researchers at Arizona State University are studying whether a test that tracks changes in conversational language can detect chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) before symptoms appear. Currently, the degenerative brain disease can only be diagnosed in…

Dr. Javier Cárdenas Discusses Advancements in Concussion Telemedicine

A two-year study that used a sideline robot to monitor Northern Arizona University football players suggests that remote concussion evaluations are safe and effective for providing fast and accurate assessments of athletes. But the sideline…

Concussions Impact Nearly 1 of 3 Arizona 12th Grade Athletes

Almost one-third of Arizona high school senior athletes report they have sustained a concussion, according to the first statewide concussion-related study of teenagers conducted for Barrow Neurological Institute. With the kick-off of another football and…

Barrow Featured in AP Story on Brain Trauma, Domestic Violence

Barrow was featured in an Associated Press story about brain trauma in domestic violence victims, a population that the AP says has been overshadowed by football players and military veterans with brain injuries. “This population is…

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