Boston University’s Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center conducts high-impact, innovative research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy and other long-term consequences of repetitive brain trauma in athletes, military personnel, first responders, victims of physical violence, and others affected by head trauma. The mission of the CTE Center is to conduct state-of-the-art research on CTE, including its neuropathology and pathogenesis, clinical presentation, genetics and other risk factors, biomarkers, methods of detection during life, and methods of prevention and treatment.
A Former Hockey Enforcer Searches for Answers on C.T.E. Before It’s Too Late
The New York Times | Page 68 of Boston University’s Hope Study questionnaire asks, “Have you ever injured your head Read more
The cost of sports: Concussions and the CTE diagnosis that rocked my family
The Comeback | At some point this season, a game will grind to a screeching halt, a hush falling over Read more
Serious Brain Trauma Starts Well Before Young Athletes Go Pro
WIRED | Evan Hansen was born to play football. A strong, rambunctious kid, he started playing sports year-round as early Read more