DVBIC and Neuro Tactical Research Team Celebrate the Launch of a New Study: I-TAB
September 23, 2016
On Friday, Sept. 23, General Dynamics Health Solutions staff celebrated at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for two new 'neurowagons,' designed and built for mobile data collection on a collaborative traumatic brain injury research study with the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) at Camp Pendleton. These innovative 'neurowagons' overcome the challenge of collecting timely research data from subjects in training and operational environments not usually conducive to administration of sensitive neurological and laboratory tests. The mobile laboratories are part of an innovative multi-year study entitled Investigating Training Associated Blasts (I-TAB) that aims to help us understand the effects of blast exposure using a variety of neurological, psychological, and laboratory tests before and after blast exposure.
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