Buckley lab awarded NIH R01 to investigate the clinical utility of NIRS/DCS in children with sickle cell disease

In January, the Buckley lab was awarded a 4 year R01 from the NIH/NHLBI to investigate the utility of NIRS/DCS to study the brain in children with sickle cell disease. Children with sickle cell disease have a high risk of silent stroke and cognitive deficits caused in part by anemia-induced changes in tissue-level brain blood Read More…

Buckley Lab awarded NIH R01 to investigate vascular function after mild traumatic brain injury

Dr. Buckley was recently awarded an R01 from the NINDS to study the role of p38 MAPK signaling in neurons after repetitive mild traumatic brain injury. This multi-disciplenary work will be performed with co-PI Dr. Levi Wood (Georgia Tech, Mechanical Engineering). It is well known that repetitive mild traumatic brain injuries (rmTBIs) can lead to long-term Read More…

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