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James Kelly, MD
National Intrepid Center of Excellence
James Kelly, MA, MD, FAAN, a neurologist who is one of America’s top experts on treating concussions, serves as the director of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE).
While serving as NICoE’s Director, Kelly is on a leave of absence from his position as professor of neurosurgery and physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. His past positions include assistant dean for graduate medical education at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and the neurology residency program director at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
Dr. Kelly has also served as director of the Brain Injury Program at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. He was the neurological consultant for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League and is consulted frequently by professional, elite amateur and youth athletes who have sustained concussions. Kelly co-authored the sports concussion guidelines of the American Academy of Neurology and the Standardized Assessment of Concussion that is widely used in athletic and military settings.
James Kelly’s Content on BrainLine Military
- New Military Protocol for Three or More Concussions
- The Military's Preventative Steps Regarding Brain Injury
- Culture Change: How Brain Injuries Are Handled in the Military
- How Are Blast-Induced Concussions Graded?
- Building an Effective Military Baseline Test Platform for Brain Injury
James Kelly’s Content on BrainLine
- Dr. James Kelly: Making a Sound Diagnosis for Brain Injury
- Neurologist James Kelly and NHL Great Pat LaFontaine: Neuropsychology Test
- Cranial Nerve Test with Neurologist James Kelly and NHL Great Pat LaFontaine
- Dr. James Kelly Talks About Second Impact Syndrome
- Dr. James Kelly Talks About Concussion Screening Standards
- Dr. James Kelly Talks About Children, Helmets, and Concussion
- Dr. James Kelly Talks About TBI and the Military
- Dr. James Kelly Talks About Areas of the Brain Affected by Concussion
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