Traumatic Brain Injury

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Concussion

The UF Health Interdisciplinary Concussion Clinic Databank

We are asking permission to store some of the information from history, physical examination, and diagnostic evaluation routinely collected during your clinical evaluation at The UF Health Interdisciplinary Concussion Clinic in order to use it for future research.

Oculomotor Predictors of Recovery from mTBI

The purpose of this research study is to examine the changes in eye movements following concussion/mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in an effort to uncover variables that predict recovery from head injury.

The University of Florida Student Health Care Center Concussion Databank

We are asking permission from you to store some of your concussion and physical examination information routinely collected during your clinical evaluation at the University of Florida Student Health Care Center in order to use it for future research.

The University of Florida Athletic Association Concussion Databank

We are asking to store concussion-related demographic and medical information from routine clinical care at the University of Florida Athletic Association.

NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance: Concussion Assessment, Research and Education (CARE) Consortium

The purpose of this research study is to investigate the effects of concussions associated with sport participation on an athlete’s neurological health.

NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance: CARE Consortium- Cumulative and persistent intermediate effects of concussion and head impact exposure in CARE Consortium Military Service Academy members and NCAA athletes: Saliva Collection Protocol

The purpose of this study is to address important public health questions surrounding the intermediate cumulative (alterations over a collegiate career) and persistent (ongoing signs/symptoms up to four years following collegiate graduation) effects of concussion and/or repetitive head impact exposure on neurological health in NCAA student-athletes