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Researchers find new biomarkers for TBI

Mild head injuries can be just that — mild. But a blow to the head can also cause serious problems and remain a threat to health after the brain injury appears to have been resolved. New research published in JAMA Neurology will help to determine how serious an injury...

source: By Denise A. Valenti
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Mark D'Esposito Don't miss this year's jam-packed program of educational content for neuroplasticity...

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The International Networking Group (ING) is seeking applications from ACRM members interested in serving on the ING Executive Committee as Communications Officer. The Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office will evaluate and respond to dissemination...

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Packed full of tips, opportunities, and resources, you don't want to miss the June Issue.

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Developed annually by the Early Career Networking Group, the full-day Early Career Development Course is an ever-changing conference favorite among new investigators. Connecting students and early career professionals with mid- and senior-level peers, funding institution...

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Functional impairments and disability impact a majority of cancer patients during and after disease treatment. Rehabilitation providers diagnose and treat physical, psychological, and cognitive impairments to maintain or restore function, reduce symptom burden, and reduce...

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Don't miss this year's jam-packed program of educational content for neurodegenerative diseases coming to the ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) this fall. Enjoy up to six days of nonstop content and continuing education in your choice of...

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