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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group
Traumatic Brain Injury research , Neuropathology, CTE, FIELD Study
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Emma Russell 17h
Massive well done to ’s ‘The Brainy Bunch’ for coming JOINT FIRST in tonight’s virtual pub quiz! Thankfully we managed to live up to our name! 🧠🧠🧠
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Apr 2
April has arrived and we're onto the 1980s in our look back at 50 years of GBIRG! It's so here's a snap from 1989 - can YOU guess which member of our team is sporting this cheeky grin?
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Elsa Williams Mar 31
Socially distant dancing happens every day on our road at 11am during . This was day seven.
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 31
In 1978, DI Graham, JH Adams, and D Doyle published this article () which changed clinical practice with its landmark conclusion that secondary brain damage frequently resulted from reduced cerebral blood flow
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 30
As we look back at 50 years of brain injury research, particularly in sports, we come to 1978 which saw Argentina win a contentious FIFA world cup; the same year that Ally MacLeod, as Scotland Manager, kindled an unprecedented enthusiasm for his team!
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 29
Another huge leap for scientific research! In 1977 the first MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine was tested, changing the face of diagnostic medicine. Here's an article about its inventor, Dr. Raymond Damadian.
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 28
Continuing our look back at the last 50 years of GBIRG, we're also looking at other significant events in research development. 1974 saw the creation of the Glasgow Coma Scale by Graham Teasdale and Bryan Jennett. Find more information on the GCS here:
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 27
After 50 years of brain injury research, we're looking at what else has changed! Lucy Bronze was just named BBC Women's Footballer of the Year, nearly 50 years after the FA lifted the ban on affiliated pitches hosting women’s football. For more, click here
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 26
Replying to @peterrobinson86
Incredible.
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 26
Replying to @tweaky8
How could we not?! Look at that face...
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 26
This we're grateful to our old teddies for keeping us company in these strange and isolated times... These are some favourites proudly sporting their "IF IN DOUBT SIT THEM OUT" hats! ()
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 25
In 1977 J. Hume Adams published this paper showing photographic evidence of diffuse axonal injury, helping to explain traumatic brain injury symptoms in people with concussions but no apparent significant head injury.
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 24
"Often the effects are not felt until decades after players retire. So here is where new technology might help" Research into brain injury in sport is vital; could you help by donating your brain?
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 12
In 1971, Dr. J. Hume Adams was appointed to the first chair of Neuropathology, joining Dr David I Graham who lectured in the same subject Can you guess who in our lab looked like this in the 1970s? (hint: )
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 10
50 years ago Dr J. Hume Adams published this opinion paper in which he discussed two cases of fatal head injury and announced his intentions to pursue a larger study of the subject with Dr D.I. Graham. Thus began GBIRG.
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Glasgow Brain Injury Research Group Mar 5
This year GBIRG is celebrating 50 years of . This year we will educate and inspire you with our history and progress over the decades. Keep checking here and on our website for updates.
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BBC Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Feb 26
The modern game of rugby is determined to make the sport safer. But is enough being done? 🆕 Shane Williams: Rugby, Concussion and Me 📺 Tomorrow, 8.00pm - Wales
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UofG MVLS Feb 27
WATCH 👀tonight on 📺: 's own from explains his research to .
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Emma Russell Feb 25
Massive thank you to and for supplying the team with these fab awareness bobble hats.
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University of Glasgow Feb 24
Following a study on & from UofG's Dr Willie Stewart, the & have today released new guidance for heading the ball in youth football. Statement below⬇️ Read more➡️ Study➡️
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