traumatic brain injury (TBI)

Rare case: brain injury stirs creativity, synesthesia

Vanderbilt researchers report on a musician who acquired synesthesia — a merging of sensations — and improved creativity following a traumatic brain injury.

“Parker, stay with me!” Local family learns firsthand the dangers of multi-passenger UTVs and golf carts.

Pediatric trauma experts add multipassenger UTVs, golf carts to list of dangerous vehicles that includes ATVs

Study shows ketamine could be beneficial for treating brain injury in children

Vanderbilt research shows a common anesthesia drug could be beneficial in reducing pressure inside the skull of children with traumatic brain injuries.

Marcus Trammell almost died on his way to pick up some pandemic takeout. A year later, his amazing rehab journey continues.

The long way back from the turn lane in front of Dino’s Bar and Grill

Research explores how people with traumatic brain injury have adapted to the pandemic

The Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences has conducted research to better understand how individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers think the findings may apply to many disability populations in future crises.

Researchers are developing software to make social media platforms more accessible for adults with traumatic brain injury.

Project seeks to help adults with TBI access social media

With more than $2 million in funding, researchers from Vanderbilt University Medical Center are developing software to make social media platforms more accessible for adults with cognitive disabilities.

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