LLNL joined the Transforming Research and Clinical Knowledge in Traumatic Brain Injury (TRACK-TBI) consortium in 2018. The national, multiyear, multidisciplinary effort, led by the University of California at San Francisco in collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley and Argonne national laboratories and other leading research organizations and universities, combines neuroimaging, blood-based biomarkers, clinical, and outcome data for thousands of TBI patients and advances supercomputing and machine learning with the aim of developing precision medicine diagnoses and treatments for TBI patients. So far, the results have accelerated, democratized, and simplified the data-processing workflow of TBI patient data and revealed the multifaceted nature of TBI. Read more at Science & Technology Review.
Genevieve Sexton, LLNL