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that the top three reasons why volunteers take part in clinical trials are:

  • To advance medicine (51%)
  • To find a better treatment for my condition (46%)
  • To help others with my condition (39%)

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Brain Injury Clinical Research


Research Spotlight

COL Michael Roy is looking at how Virtual Iraq, an interactive virtual reality program that mimics a soldier?s experience in Iraq, can help service members recover from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). COL Michael Roy is looking at how Virtual Iraq, an interactive virtual reality program that mimics a soldier's experience in Iraq, can help service members recover from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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Meet the Researchers

CNRM was established to bring together the expertise of physicians and scientists in the National Capital area to develop innovative approaches to brain injury diagnosis and recovery. Our researchers are passionate about their work: finding new ways to improve the lives of people living with brain injury.


Watch this 4-minute video to meet Drs. Chan, Scher, and Roy and learn about how they got involved in brain injury research.

Principal Investigators of studies currently open for enrollment

Studies open to civilian and military
Studies open to military only
Leighton Chan, MD, MPHLeighton Chan, MD, MPH
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Photo Not AvailableCPT Yadira M. Del Toro, DPT, VRT


Louis M. French, PsyDLouis M. French, PsyD



Diane Damiano, PhDDiane Damiano, PhD
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Jordan Grafman, PhDJordan Grafman, PhD
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Raymond Dionne, MS, DDS, PhDRaymond Dionne, MS, DDS, PhD
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COL Michael Roy, MD, MPHCOL Michael Roy, MD, MPH
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Amir Gandjbakhche, MDAmir Gandjbakhche, MD
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COL Barbara Springer, PhD, PTCOL Barbara Springer, PhD, PT


Lawrence Latour, PhDLawrence Latour, PhD
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