Director’s Message

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CESAMH Investigators have the utmost respect for the sacrifices made by Veterans and their families, and consequently, we aspire for a future in which all Veterans will flourish in the years after their service. In our efforts to optimize the well-being and functioning of Veterans, CESAMH conducts integrated neurobiological and psychosocial science to develop, evaluate and disseminate treatment for trauma-related conditions. Ultimately, we hope to support medical and psychosocial services that are easily accessed, proficiently delivered, and individually tailored to the needs of the Veterans and their families.
 
 

CESAMH Spotlight

Improving Sleep for Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury

The recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have brought much needed attention to Traumatic Brain injury (TBI), which occurs in about 19.5% of deployed service members. For many Veterans, mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) can be associated with many symptoms that persist after injury such as depression, headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, fatigue, trouble with concentration, mood shifts, behavioral changes, seizures, and especially sleep disturbances.
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Improving Sleep for Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury
 
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CESAMH Investigators Develop Innovative Psychosocial Treatments for Veterans with PTSD

 

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