Category: Research Opportunities

Participation in Research Study Looking at Concussion Outcomes Dr. Carrie Esopenko from the School of Health Professions at Rutgers University, along with Drs. Ellen Anderson and Jennifer Buckman, are conducting a study to better understand how a history of concussion affects emotional well-being and the strategies used to cope with concussion. Rutgers University Study

The Ready to be Steady Project is a research study looking at how using a commercially available virtual-reality gaming system, the XBOX Kinect, may improve balance for people with TBI. Study participants will be asked to participate in an in-home balance therapy program and attend 4 assessments over a 6 month period at Craig Hospital

Improving Well-Being After TBI Through Structured Volunteer Activity – Have you had a traumatic brain injury? – Are you currently unemployed and looking for something meaningful to do? – Are you looking for a way to help others? – Are you 18 years or older? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a

Anger and Irritability Research Study for Brain Injury Survivors Participants Needed for a Research Study: Do you get angry with yourself or others since you had your brain injury? Are you more irritable with family, friends or co-workers than before your injury? If so, you might be able to participate in a research study about