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Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
An Analysis of Psychosocial Risk and Protective Factors: Accelerated Cognitive Aging and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Among Retired NFL & Former NCAA Football Players
5K01AG054762-05 TURNER, ROBERT W NIA 2021
Repetitive Head Impact Exposure and Later-Life White Matter Signal Abnormalities: An Investigation in Former NFL Players, Subjects with Alzheimer's Disease, and Cognitively Normal Controls
5K23NS102399-04 ALOSCO, MICHAEL NINDS 2021
Quantitative characterization of human subcortical hemodynamic response
5K25HL131997-04 KIM, JUNG HWAN NHLBI 2020
Elucidating the impact of previous head injury on cognition; brain network organization; and Alzheimer's disease pathology across the lifespan in cognitively normal individuals
5F31AG059372-03 MUNRO, CATHERINE ELIZABETH NIA 2020
An Analysis of Psychosocial Risk and Protective Factors: Accelerated Cognitive Aging and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) Among Retired NFL & Former NCAA Football Players
5K01AG054762-04 TURNER, ROBERT W NIA 2020
A Pluripotent Stem Cell-Based Model to Investigate the Mechanisms of TBI-Induced AD
5R21AG063358-02 BRAFMAN, DAVID A NIA 2020
Repetitive Head Impact Exposure and Later-Life White Matter Signal Abnormalities: An Investigation in Former NFL Players; Subjects with Alzheimer's Disease; and Cognitively Normal Controls
5K23NS102399-03 ALOSCO, MICHAEL NINDS 2020
Analysis of blood biomarkers of Alzheimer's and other dementias following traumatic brain injury and/or blast exposure in military personnel
5R21NS110410-02 TSAO, JACK W NINDS 2020
Quantitative characterization of human subcortical hemodynamic response
5K25HL131997-03 KIM, JUNG HWAN NHLBI 2019
A Pluripotent Stem Cell-Based Model to Investigate the Mechanisms of TBI-Induced AD
1R21AG063358-01 BRAFMAN, DAVID A NIA 2019