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TrackTBI August 13th, 2018

TrackTBI

Investigator: Richard Rodgers, MD

TRACK-TBI:  The multicenter Transforming Research and Clinical Knowledge in Traumatic Brain Injury (TRACK-TBI) study aims to improve success of clinical trial design through the collection and analysis of detailed clinical TBI data.  The study enrolled individuals who have experienced TBI at 18 U.S. sites, across the injury spectrum, along with CT/MRI imaging, blood biospecimens, and collects detailed clinical outcomes. This data repository serves as an international resource that will allow:

  • Improved TBI classification/taxonomy for targeted clinical treatment trials
  • Improved TBI outcome assessments, such that the size and costs of clinical trials can be reduced
  • Identification of the health and economic impact of Mild TBI patient disposition
  • Creation of a legacy database with analytic tools and resources to support TBI research
  • Identification of new diagnostic and prognostic markers and refine outcome assessments to lead to more successful clinical treatment trials

Contacts: Krista Hein                                                               Kelsey Hurm

Email: krista.smith@rhin.com                                                  Email: khurm@iu.edu

Phone: 317-329-2035                                                                  Phone: 317-329-2044