The Mayo Clinic was designated a Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (TBIMS) by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) in 1998, and is one of 16 current TBI Model Systems. The Mayo Clinic is designated to provide services along the continuum of care after traumatic brain injury, including: social integration; health and function; and, employment and independent living of individuals of all ages with disabilities related to TBI. Our research program is directly aligned with the NIDILRR mission of improving the lives of individuals who experience TBI, their families, and communities.
As Lead Center
|Title||Project Type||Start Date||End Date|
|Ways of Knowing: Listening to Upper Great Lakes Tribal Communities to Characterize Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Incidence, Impact, and Health Inequities||Independent||09/01/2022||08/30/2027|
|Mayo Clinic Traumatic Brain Injury Model System– Medical and Resource Facilitation Intervention (MRFI)||Independent||10/01/2017||09/30/2023|
|Mayo Clinic Traumatic Brain Injury Model System- CONNECT Trial||Independent||10/01/2012||09/30/2018|
|A community-based multiple-site randomized practical behavioral trial of advocacy skill training for individuals with TBI, their families, and significant others (Midwest Advocacy Project)||Independent||08/01/2007||09/30/2012|
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