A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when a bump, blow, or jolt to the head causes injury to the brain. Falls, sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and violence are common causes of TBI.
The TBI Research Studies Registry was created to bring together a community of people with TBI and help match them with ongoing TBI research, including stem cell based therapies, neurosurgical procedures, and other interventions. This registry allows research studies to get up and running more quickly, so that we get answers about new treatments more quickly.
If you are a patient advocate, learn how you can help assist someone with the TBI Survey.
If You're a Potential Match: After you take the survey, we'll let you know if you are a potential match for a research study. If so, we will put you in touch with study personnel for further screening.
Not a Match? We'll Keep You Posted. If you're not a match for a current study, rest assured that adding your information to the registry is sending a loud message to the research community that more TBI clinical trials and treatments are needed. We'll let you know as soon as you're a potential match for any new studies that become available through the registry.
We'll remind you in one week to take the survey. Follow these instructions on how to add the reminder to your calendar.
Click the button below to download the .ics file.Download the .ics file
Once downloaded, double click on the file to add the reminder to your calendar.