Afghan war vets, St. Louis researchers seek answers on head injuries.

A news article written by Jesse Bogan, a St Louis Post-Dispatch reporter, describes the effects of TBI injuries, the human toll it takes on our Vets and their families, the lack of adequate treatment and how researchers are attempting to find answers to mitigate the effects that TBI injuries have on our vets. To read the full article, click here.

Veterans’ Brain Injury Examined by Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Michael Lipton, MD, PhD, at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, in cooperation with Resurrecting Lives Foundation, is defining the brain injury caused by combat-related blast injuries in our Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. By describing the pathology, using state of the art technology, we can better provide treatment. To view all the details, please see the full article at: Press Release.

Landmark Traumatic Brain Injury Study Honors Fallen Soldier

mcbride-paraglideSix years ago on January 9, 2008, Sgt. Zachary McBride was killed by an improvised explosive device blast and forever changed the lives of Zachary’s Family. But his death also inspired another person — Dr. Chrisanne Gordon chairwoman of Resurrecting Lives Foundation. Read more about the study at TBI Study Honors Soldier