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Deborah Shear, PhD
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
Deborah Shear, PhD is the section chief for the in vivo Neuroprotection Labs, Brain Trauma Neuroprotection & Neurorestoration Branch; Center of Excellence for Psychiatry & Neuroscience at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) in Silver Spring, MD.
Dr. Shear earned her PhD in Experimental Psychology as a National Science Foundation Fellow at Central Michigan University in 2007.
For the past decade her research has been focused on the exploration of novel neuroprotective and neurorestorative strategies for treating traumatic brain injury, including the use of neural stem cell transplantation.
Deborah Shear’s Content on BrainLine Military
- Understanding the Nuances of Stem Cells
- Stems Cells and Brain Injury: Slow and Steady Progress
- The Potential Impact of Current Brain Injury Research
- The Practical Applications of Stem Cell Therapy After TBI
- Stem Cell Research and Brain Injury
Deborah Shear’s Content on BrainLine
- Stem Cell Transplant Versus Drug Therapy for Severe TBI
- Careful, Thoughtful Stem Cell "Revival" Needed in TBI Research
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