MRRI Launches Brain Trauma and Behavior Laboratory

After traumatic brain injury, patients often complain about memory problems that interfere with their activities. Current laboratory tests are good at detecting significant memory impairment, but they often fall short of capturing the more subtle, everyday difficulties that people report experiencing.

In this video, Umesh “Umi” Venkatesan, PhD, Director of the Brain Trauma and Behavior Laboratory (BraTBehavior) at MRRI, discusses some of his latest research into better detecting and predicting memory loss.

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