David L. Brody, MD PhD

Dr. David Brody, The Norman P. Stupp Professor of Neurology at Washington University

TEDx Topic: Visualizing the Invisible Wounds of War

Dr. Brody is an MD, PhD trained, board certified neurologist with both a research and clinical specialization in traumatic brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases. He is a native of La Jolla, California, did undergraduate work in Biology at Stanford, and completed the medical scientist training program at the Johns Hopkins University. His internship, residency, and post-residency training were at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University. He is currently a Professor of Neurology with an adjunct appointment in Biomedical Engineering. He spends approximately 80% of his time performing research and 20% involved in clinical, teaching and administrative roles. Areas of active research include investigations of concussive traumatic brain injury, chronic traumatic encephalopathy and the increased risk of Alzheimer's disease following moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. He maintain a well-funded, active laboratory in which a large volume of quantitative clinical evaluations, advanced neuroimaging methods, experiments with transgenic mice and biochemical studies are performed. There are 5 junior faculty members, 5 post-docs, 1 graduate student, 5 technicians, and 4 undergraduates in the lab. He has have a long-standing commitment to mentoring and advising junior investigators and has had numerous trainees go on to successful scientific careers around the world. He is the author of the monograph "Concussion Care Manual" published by Oxford University Press.

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