Mild Traumatic Brain Injury as a Risk Factor for the Subsequent Development of All-Cause Dementia: A Systematic Meta-Analysis

TBI has been implicated as a risk factor for the subsequent development of dementia. This association remains somewhat controversial in regard to mild TBI. The aim of this project is to establish the risk of all-cause dementia subsequent to MTBI according to systematic meta-analytic procedures. This research project is COMPLETE, comprising of three meta-analyses based on 1.6 million individuals. Seeking: mentorship or advice on how to publish this research.

Project Information

Institution:

The University of Melbourne

Specialities:

Clinical Neuropsychology

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Suitability:

Parts of research done:

Literature review, Research proposal, Data collection, Data analysis, Manuscript draft

Positions Available:

Mentor

Current Funding:

Nil

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Ms Lucy Charlton

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