TRANSCENDENT Concussion Research Program: A 5-year study to improve concussion diagnosis and care

The Ontario Brain Institute has been awarded a 5-year grant for the establishment of the TRANSCENDENT Concussion Research program. Led by Principal Investigator Dr. Roger Zemek, a pediatric emergency physician and senior scientist at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), the program will create a global center of excellence in concussion research aimed at transforming clinical care. Dr. Zemek and his colleagues at CHEO will collaborate with 12 partners across Canada and the US, including Dr. Christina Master of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Together, they’ll create a concussion research database that tracks diagnosis, treatments, and recovery, using the latest tools to help identify the best treatment protocols by injury, concussion profile, age, and gender.

We at Oculogica are thrilled that  EyeBOX technology will be one of the tools used in this important and exciting program.


For more details, below is an overview of the TRANSCENDENT Program:

The TRANSCENDENT Concussion Program was also recently covered on CTV News: New research program to help improve concussion outcomes | CTV News.

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