Home » Education » Research

Research

TBI and Health in Adults – An Exploratory Study: We are seeking people who had a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) when they were at least 40 years old, are at least one year post-injury, and were hospitalized for the injury. Interested individuals will have the opportunity to participate in either 1 or 2 interviews designed to learn more about brain injury and aging. Interviews will include a brief test of thinking abilities and questions about health and functioning after brain injury. Participants do not need to come into our center to participate. Click HERE for more information.

Online Group Treatment of Emotional Dyscontrol in Adults with TBI: We are seeking people who have had a TBI and any of the following difficulties – understanding emotions, losing temper, controlling behavior, getting things done when upset, taking emotions out on others when upset, feeling upset or crying for no reason. The research study will evaluate how easy it is to learn skills to deal with these problems by participating in online group therapy. Participants do not need to come into our center to participate. Click HERE for more information.


Research Study to Improve Balance and Walking The Tactile Communication and Neuro Rehabilitation Laboratory, University of Wisconsin, Madison, is a research group currently conducting a study to improve balance and walking for people suffering from a mile to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI). The study will test a new treatment of intervention that combines physical therapy exercises with the use of an investigational device that provides mild electrical stimulation to the tongue. Visit HERE for more information.