Integrated and global research efforts involving a diverse group of professionals has realised that the prediction of recovery following motor vehicle collisions involves a complex interplay between biological, psychological and environmental processes; Jim and his lab are working on new imaging based methods for making the mostly invisible experience of pain and disability more visible and meaningful at the level of the clinician. In this session, Jim will speak about emerging advancements in the clinical assessment of the patient with suspected head/neck trauma.

Presented by Associate Professor Jim Elliot

Feinberg School of Medicine