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Scientific Coordinator
Mark van Gils
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
P.O. Box 1300
33101 Tampere
Finland
tel. +358 20 722 3342
mark.vangils@vtt.fi

Project Manager
Harri Siitari
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
P.O. Box 106
20521 Turku
Finland
tel. +358 40 078 4517
harri.siitari@vtt.fi


TBIcare public symposium

The symposium is a deliverable of TBIcare WP2. Its main aim was to disseminate the results of TBIcare in-depth to a wide public (including clinicians, industry and the general public). It was held in conjunction with the Turku Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium (TTBIS2014) in Turku, Finland on 17 January 2014.

The scientific programme of the TBIcare workshop covered the scientific and technological objectives of the project. The project manager introduced the overall project, whereafter mainly WP leaders and key researchers presented their results: clinical needs and implications, requirements for diagnostics, the decision support system and its validation, modelling, image analysis and biomarkers. These results were then put into context with other closely-related research initiatives presented by invited speakers from ‘sister projects’ like TRACK-TBI, CENTER-TBI and the neuoinformatics view of INCF.

Proceedings of the symposium, in the form of presentation handouts, can be found via the links below. 

Opening words and goals of the TBIcare project - 
Harri Siitari, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

Clinical summary of the TBIcare study -  
Olli Tenovuo, Turku University Hospital, Finland

Clinical implications of the TRACK-TBI study
Ramon Diaz-Arrastia, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, USA

Diagnostics of TBI – should we do better?
Olli Tenovuo, Turku University Hospital, Finland

The TBIcare decision support tool – aid for the clinician; and validation of the decision support tool - 
Jyrki Lötjönen and Jussi Mattila, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland;  
Ari Katila, Turku University Hospital, Finland

New tools for interpreting brain images in TBI – what the eye can’t see
Daniel Rueckert, Imperial College of London, UK

Metabolomics of TBI – glorious future ahead?
Matej Oresic, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Update on biomarkers and genetics of TBI – new friends or old futilities?
David Menon, University of Cambridge, UK

System simulation modelling of TBI care – added value for health care decision making?
Peter Ylén, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

Neuroinformatics and TBI – an overview
Linda Lanyon, International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility, Sweden

CENTER-TBI – what will it give for TBI medicine?
Andrew Maas, University of Antwerp, Belgium           

 

 

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