ENIGMA brain injury: Framework, challenges, and opportunities

Dennis, E.L. ✉; Baron, D.; Bartnik-Olson, B.; Caeyenberghs, K.; Esopenko, C.; Hillary, F.G.; Kenney, K.; Koerte, I.K.; Lin, A.P.; Mayer, A.R.; Mondello, S.; Olsen, A.; Thompson, P.M.; Tate, D.F.; Wilde, E.A.

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of disability worldwide, but the heterogeneous nature of TBI with respect to injury severity and health comorbidities make patient outcome difficult to predict. Injury severity accounts for only some of this variance, and a wide range of preinjury, injury-related, and postinjury factors may influence outcome, such as sex, socioeconomic status, injury mechanism, and social support. Neuroimaging research in this area has generally been limited by insufficient sample sizes. Additionally, development of reliable biomarkers of mild TBI or repeated subconcussive impacts has been slow, likely due, in part, to subtle effects of injury and the aforementioned variability. The ENIGMA Consortium has established a framework for global collaboration that has resulted in the largest-ever neuroimaging studies of multiple psychiatric and neurological disorders. Here we describe the organization, recent progress, and future goals of the Brain Injury working group. © 2020 The Authors. Human Brain Mapping published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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2022-01-20 06:09