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Very Early Administration of Progesterone for Acute Traumatic Brain Injury

David W. Wright et al. published the result of a double-blinded, multicenter clinical trail in patients with acute TBI and GCS 4 to 12. Placebo or progesterone were administered with in 4 hours after injury for a total of 96 hours.

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The purpose of the AANS/CNS Neurotrauma and Critical Care Section is to provide a forum for education and research on trauma and critical care of the nervous system, to coordinate activities and programs relating to trauma, critical care and sports medicine for the parent organizations and other societies, committees and agencies, to represent the parent organizations, at their discretion, at any organization...

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  • Ethicon AANS/CNS Clinical Neurotrauma Research Awards

    Purpose: To encourage presentation of high quality clinical research at the National Neurotrauma Society Meeting. Two awards will be offered at the 2015 National Neurotrauma Society Meeting for clinical research presented by a medical student, resident, fellow, or early-career attending within 3 years of completion of their residency. Submission opens January 1, 2015 and ends April 1.                            

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Dr. Jamie S. Ullman


Dr Ullman is the  Director of Neurotrauma at the North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY. Her special interest are Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurosurgical Critical Care.

Among other roles and appointments she is a diplomat of the American Board of Neurological Surgery and represent neurosurgery at American College of Surgeons.