Jennifer Lynn Dale has been named Chief Development Officer for Center for Neurological Studies (CNS). She will have responsibility for the design, development, implementation and administration of a donor-centric philanthropy program. Jennifer has spent more than two decades in professional fund raising including assignments at Meridian Health Plan, United Healthcare, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, and Henry
The Center for Neurological Studies is proud to welcome former NFL Lions quarterback, Eric Hipple as an Outreach Specialist. Eric led the Detroit Lions on the field in a 10-season career spanning the 1980s. Motivated by his teenage son’s suicide, Eric’s post-retirement career has been dedicated to sharing information in an effort to reduce the
Center for Neurological Studies #GivingTuesday Fundraiser Your generosity makes it possible for CNS to continue important research on accurately diagnosing TBIs, starting with their first visit to the doctor. Since 2011, patients who had otherwise not received an accurate diagnosis have come to CNS seeking answers for the cause of their symptoms – memory loss,
The Washington Post recently posted an article about teens and risk of concussion. Stating that about 2.5 million U.S. high school students say they had some type of traumatic brain injury while playing a sport or physical activity. The article brings awareness to the rise of traumatic brain injury in teens and the research that has
Radiology Business published an article suggesting that playing soccor may be riskier for female players. Here is what the article had to say: Changes to brain tissue due to “heading” a soccer ball are more damaging for female athletes than male counterparts, according to a new study published in Radiology. The authors used diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to
The Center for Neurological Studies & the “CNS Warriors” Hockey Team Celebrate the 2018 USA Hockey National Champion Disabled Veterans Hockey Title At the 12th Annual “Tips-Up for Troops” Kensington Metropark, Brighton, Michigan – Saturday, June 9th, 2018 What is Tips-Up for Troops? Veterans and families enjoy an “All American” picnic as we show support
Randall Benson, MD, CNS Medical Director, is pleased to announce the appointment of Vijay Baragi, PhD as CNS Chief Scientific Officer. Dr. Baragi received his doctorate from Auburn University, Alabama, with post-doctoral training at Boston’s Tufts University School of Medicine. Vijay has years of experience as a research scientist in the pharmaceutical industry. With CNS
Dr. Randall Benson has two conferences scheduled in 2018. On May 8, 2018, Dr. Benson will be speaking at the Frontiers in Advocacy: Traumatic Brain Injury conference in Nashville, TN. In September, Dr. Benson will be speaking at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan conference in Lansing, MI.
Our Spring Newsletter is now available. Check out our latest newsletter designed for friends and supporters.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month Throughout the month of March, our focus is to bring awareness to the impact of brain injuries and provide resources available to those that need them. For more information click here for our spring newsletter. The Center for Neurological Studies is Here to Help. Contact us: 313-228-0930