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​Modifiable Treatment Targets for Promoting Recovery/Offsetting Neurodegeneration


  • Terpstra, A.R., Girard, T.A., Colella, B., Green, R.E.A. (2017). Higher anxiety symptoms predict progressive hippocampal atrophy in the chronic stages of moderate to severe traumatic brain injuryNeurorehabilitation & Neural Repair. Dec; 31(12): 1063-1071. PMID: 29153039.

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  • ​Miller, L., Colella, B., Mikulis, D., Maller, J., Green, R.E.A. (2013). Environmental enrichment may protect against hippocampal atrophy in the chronic stages of traumatic brain injury. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, Special Issue: Brain Injury as a Neurodegenerative Disorder. Sep 24; 7(506): 1-8. PMID: 24093011.

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  • Green, R.E.A., Colella, B., Hebert, D.H., Bayley, M., Kang, H., Till, C., Monette, G. (2008). Prediction of return to productivity after severe traumatic brain injury: Investigations of optimal neuropsychological tests and timing of assessment. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dec; S2, 89(12): 51-60. PMID: 19081442.

Prediction of return to productivity after severe traumatic brain injury Investigations of
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  • ​Green, R.E.A., Colella, B., Christensen, B., Johns, K., Frasca, D., Bayley, M., Monette, G. (2008). Examining moderators of cognitive recovery trajectories after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dec; S2, 89(12): 16-24. PMID: 19081437.

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