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Displaying 1 - 10 of 33 Projects
Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
VA-DoD Long-Term Impact of Military-Relevant Brain Injury Consortium (LIMBIC)
RRDB-001-19 CIFU, DAVID X. United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2021
Molecular characterization of a rat model of chronic mild traumatic brain injury
HBCU-002-16S Wang, Michael M. United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
Examination of Biological Markers Associated with Neurobehavioral and Neuropsychological Outcomes in Military Veterans with a History of Traumatic Brain Injury
NURC-022-18F Melrose, Rebecca J. United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
Profiling Alzheimer's Biomarkers
NURD-022-16F WYSS-CORAY, TONY United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
Identifying APOE related lipid biomarkers for diagnosing chronic neurocognitive deficits in TBI patients
RRD1-016-18S ABDULLAH, LAILA United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
Psychological Trauma, Head Injury and Genetics: Detecting Changes in Cognition and Functioning in a Longitudinal Study of Veterans
RRD8-004-18W Subbaiah, Papasani V. United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
VA-DoD Long-Term Impact of Military-Relevant Brain Injury Consortium (LIMBIC): Neuroimaging Core
RRDB-004-19S Wilde, Elisabeth United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
VA-DoD Long-Term Impact of Military-Relevant Brain Injury Consortium (LIMBIC): Data and Biostatistics Core
RRDB-006-19S PUGAZHENTHI, SUBBIAH United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
Longitudinal assessment of Gulf War veterans with suspected Sarin exposure
SPLD-010-12F Chao, Linda L. United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2020
Identifying APOE related lipid biomarkers for diagnosing chronic neurocognitive deficits in TBI patients
1I01RX002767-01A2 ABDULLAH, LAILA United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2019