The Biomarkers Program will identify molecules with physiological relevance or that can be used as surrogate indicators along with diagnostic and neuroimaging criteria to further improve patient assessment and personalize treatment options when applicable. Information from both the Biomarkers and Diagnostics Programs will be important for classification of patients into future clinical trials and to monitor outcome, along with the Rehabilitation and Evaluation Program.
Biomarkers-Driven Experimental Therapeutics
Neuro-Glial Antibodies in TBI
Characterization of the human blood genomic response to TBI
Plasma biomarkers of blast-related brain edema
Evaluation of Putative Biomarkers in TBI
Proinflammatory Biomarkers for Mild Blast TBI
Non-invasive Sweat Patch Technology for Determination of Neuroimmune Biomarkers
Brain Region Specific Biomarkers in Animal Models of TBI
Evaluating a Novel Peptide Therapy for TBI; a Biomarkers-Based Approach
Administration of recombinant erythropoietin to improve neovascularization and decrease neuroinflammation after TBI.
One-Carbon Metabolism Markers in Post-Traumatic Epilepsy
Clifton L. Dalgard
Deconvolution of whole blood transcriptomes for decisionable biomarker identification in TBI
Jessica M. Gill
The Impact of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone on Sleep Promotion and Endocrine Regulation in Service Members who Sustained a TBI and Developed Insomnia