Dr. Dan Perl's research on blast-related TBI in the military highlighted on "60 Minutes," watch the video here.
Dr. Perl describes chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
A new study supports what a small group of military researchers has suspected for decades: that modern warfare destroys the brain.
A landmark study sheds new light on the damage caused by "blast shock" - the signature injury of wars for more than a century.
Research traces link between combat blasts and PTSD
Brain trauma from blast force is the signature injury of the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, afflicting hundreds of thousands of U.S. combat personnel. Although unseen, the damage strikes deeply into a soldier’s mind and psyche.
Al Jazeera America looks at Dr. Perl's work on untangling TBI and PTSD
NBC 4 in Washington, DC airs a story on the benefits of the CNRM Brain Tissue Repository.
The Defense Department has established the world's first brain tissue repository to help researchers understand the underlying mechanisms of traumatic brain injury in service members.
The Navy's "All Hands Update" reviews DoD's move to establish a brain tissue repository at CNRM.
USA Today wrote about the CNRM Brain Tissue Repository's preliminary efforts and the work of Dr. Perl. (Nov 28, 2012)
The New York Times quotes Dr. Perl in an investigation of the tragic link between sports-related TBI and suicide.
The New York Times writes about the early development of brain tissue repositories for answering questions about blast-related TBI. (June 22, 2009)