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Even more commonly, a moderate reduction in CBF which is compensated by increased cerebral oxygen extraction occurs during the first few hours after TBI. This program projects will approach the problem of vascular changes after traumatic brain injury with both clinical and laboratory studies. There are 3 projects and 3 cores in the program project. Project 1. Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow after Traumatic Brain Injury. Project 2. Increased Vascular Resistance after Traumatic Brain Injury. Project 3.
No Abstract Available. cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_ uids=11010082&dopt=Abstract • Brain injuries in early foetal life: consequences for brain development. Author(s): Mancini J, Lethel V, Hugonenq C, Chabrol B. Source: Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 2001 January; 43(1): 52-5. cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_ uids=11201424&dopt=Abstract 40 Brain Injuries • Brain injuries in polytrauma. Author(s): Bakay L. Source: World Journal of Surgery. 1983 January; 7(1): 42-8. cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_ uids=6837065&dopt=Abstract • Brain injuries in sports: guidelines for managing concussions.
This competitive application represents an extension of the prior postdoctoral training program to include predoctoral training, and shifts the focus of the training grant to treatment outcome research with children. This training program has been designed to address three critical issues in the field of clinical psychology: 1) the need to develop and evaluate psychological interventions for children that have empirical support, 2) the shortage of clinical researchers emerging from doctoral and postdoctoral training programs who are prepared to advance the science of psychology, and 3) the need to include children and adolescents in medical and psychological research.