Funds were provided by the UF Breathing Research and Therapeutics Center and the Trauma, Concussion, and Sports, or TRACS, Neuromedicine Program.
This RFA is designed to support developing research programs that can demonstrate financial need in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Jay Clugston is an author on a new guideline published in Neurosurgery recommending that concussions be classified into five subtypes.
Dr. Jay Clugston co-authored an updated position statement by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine on concussion in sport, underscoring the need for accurate diagnosis, active management and further research.
Blood tests measuring physiologic changes could someday be a great tool for neurologists and sports doctors in managing concussion.
UF among 30 colleges and military service academies involved with NCAA and Department of Defense concussion study.
UF Athletic Association team physician and MBI member Jay Clugston, M.D., earns award from Southern Orthopaedic Association.
Injury to the central nervous system (CNS) — which consists of the brain and spinal cord — often results in far-reaching physical, emotional, and economic consequences. Each year in the U.S., approximately 2.8 million Americans experience a traumatic brain injury, 800,000 have a stroke and 17,000 endure…