Anatomical and Physiological Changes Secondary to PTSD

The Defense Centers of Excellence are hosting a webinar June 23rd, from 1-2:30: Anatomical and Physiological Changes Secondary to PTSD. The session is free of charge, but preregistration is required. Even if you can’t attend, it’s worth checking out the enormous number of resources they list on the site’s page.

From the site:

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) began caring for service members coping with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health in October 2010. Dedicated to delivering hope, healing, discovery and learning, the facility is both “high-tech” and “high-touch,” focused on interdisciplinary, holistic and family-centered care. This month, DCoE is partnering with the NICoE to look at co-occurrences of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and TBI within patient populations, and ongoing research to better understand the relationship between these conditions. Speakers will talk about the NICoE’s ground-breaking work related to the identification and understanding of the anatomical and physiological changes connected to PTSD and TBI.

To register, be added to the distribution list or for more information, email us directly at:

Dr. Thomas DeGraba, NICoE deputy director

Capt. (Dr.) Robert Koffman, NICoE clinical operations deputy director

Dr. Gerard Riedy, NICoE chief of neuroimaging