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Lectures 

 

Grammer, G. Depression in Primary Care. Lecture presented to the DCoE Summit. 2014, September; Bethesda, Maryland.

Kelly, J. Concussions. Lecture presented to the Department of Neurosurgery Grand Rounds. 2014, September; University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado.

Kelly, J. Sport Concussion Update. Lecture presented to the 2014 Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center TBI Global Synapse. 2014, September; Arlington, Virginia.

Mikola, J. Deficits Not Diagnoses: Symptom-Based Cognitive Treatment. Lecture presented to The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center 2014 TBI Global Synapse. 2014, September; Bethesda, Maryland.

Caban, J. A Large-scale Informatics Database fostering Innovation, Research and Development for mTBI/PTSD. Lecture presented to the Military Health System Research Symposium. 2014, August; Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

DeGraba, T. Differences in Symptom Severity in mTBI Patients With and Without PTSD. Lecture presented to the Military Health System Research Symposium. 2014, August; Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dretsch, M., Silverberg, N., Iverson, G. Multiple Past Concussions Are Associated with Ongoing Symptoms but not Cognitive Impairment in Active Duty Army Soldiers. Lecture presented to the Military Health System Research Symposium. 2014, August; Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Riedy, G. Neuroradiology Findings in a Cohort of Military Service Members with Traumatic Brain Injury. Lecture presented to the Military Health System Research Symposium. 2014, August; Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Kelly, J. Keynote Address. Lecture presented to The Sports Concussion Conference, American Academy of Neurology. 2014, July; Chicago, Illinois.

Grammer, G. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Use for Pain Disorders. Lecture presented to the 2014 Kenneth L. Artiss Symposium on Psychiatry and Pain Management. 2014, June; Bethesda, Maryland.

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