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Four Missouri S&T researchers discussed their work related to the early detection of traumatic brain injury (TBI) at the February meeting of the Missouri 100, an advocacy group for the University of Missouri System. The event was held Feb. 15 at the State Historical Society of Missouri in Columbia.
Presenting on the topic “Missouri: A New Leader in Traumatic Brain Injury Research” were:
- Dr. Catherine Johnson, assistant professor of mining and explosives engineering
- Dr. Casey Burton, adjunct assistant professor of chemistry and director of research at Phelps Health
- Martin Langenderfer, a Ph.D. candidate in explosives engineering
- Austin Sigler, a Ph.D. candidate in chemistry.