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Boston University CTE expert cautions that the NFL's 24% drop in concussions did NOT necessarily reduce the risk of the Read more
In a statement from the center’s director, Dr. Ann McKee, Nobis brain “showed severe loss of neurons and large CTE Read more
Dr. Ann McKee, the director of Boston University’s CTE center, said Monday that Nobis had the most severe form of Read more
A BUSM study found that playing youth football is associated with an earlier onset of mood swings, changes in a Read more
We are happy to announce the publication of a major new book, Sports Neurology, co-edited by Dr. Robert Stern (Boston Read more
This is an extension of the Health Outreach for the Elderly Study (HOPE) of the Boston University Alzheimer's Disease Center. Read more
New study suggests at least one in 10 NFL players could eventually develop the brain disease. Read more
The Ruderman Family Foundation – A fascinating topic – Can Playing Youth Football Lead to a Disability?
In this fascinating episode of ALL INCLUSIVE, Jay interviews Dr. Michael Alosco of the Boston University CTE Center. Together they Read more
After 10 years of studying brains donated by families of deceased military service people, football players, and other contact-sport athletes, Read more
Congratulations Dr. Ann McKee, Director of the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank for being elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
NAM is made up of more than 2,000 international members elected by their peers, for outstanding achievements in medicine. Read more