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DVBIC’s 15-Year Longitudinal Study on Traumatic Brain Injury

DVBIC’s 15-Year Longitudinal Study on Traumatic Brain Injury

Col. Sidney Hinds, MD talks about how doctors and researchers are looking at why some people recover more easily than others from TBI, and how treatment could vary.

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Produced by Noel Gunther and Ashley Gilleland, BrainLine.


Col. Sidney Hinds, MDCol. Sidney Hinds, MD, Colonel Sidney R. Hinds, MD, MC, US Army National Director became DVBIC’s national director on July 1, 2013. Previously, he was the deputy director of the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute for Military Medical Operations, the in-theater neurologist in Afghanistan, and chief of Nuclear Medicine Services at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He was the nuclear medicine integration chief for the Base Realignment and Closure process that combined the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center and National Naval Medical Center.


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