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University Illinois-Chicago: Head Injury Study Volunteers Sought

The University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC) is seeking volunteers who have ever had a head injury. The evaluation includes written tests of intellectual function, functional MRI, and eye movement testing. They will reimburse you for your time.

If you have ever had a head injury of any severity, including concussions, even without loss of consciousness,  they would be happy to talk with you further.

They are also conducting a National Institute of Health (NIH)  sponsored study to assess a treatment to improve function after any severity of traumatic brain injury (TBI). 

For further information: Contact Shannon Sisco in Psychiatry at 312-355-5017 or 
Or you can click here .

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