SyncThink announces the receipt of its 12th patent for its EYE-SYNC technology. US patent 14/530,598 allows SyncThing to use system and methods for creating and changing dynamic content based on eye gaze analysis.
The Center Foundation has launched a new home study course for medical professionals interested in earning continuing education credit while learning about the latest research and tools in concussion management.Read More
Are Gender Differences in Helmet Regulations Increasing the Concussion Risk for Female Lacrosse Players?
Mandatory hard shell helmets for girls’ lacrosse players could prevent concussions, researchers suggest in Injury Epidemiology.Read More
TeachAids announces a new partnership with USA Wrestling, the national governing body for the sport in the United States. Together, they will distribute CrashCourse Concussion Education to athletes, parents and coaches throughout the country.Read More
Despite the increased awareness of concussions in high school athletics and traumatic brain injury (TBI) laws, the incidence of such injuries continues to rise, according to a new study released as part of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ (AAOS) Virtual Education Experience.Read More
SyncThink, creators of EYE-SYNC technology, and TeachAids, a nonprofit social enterprise behind the CrashCourse concussion education technology, have joined forces, they announce.Read More
USA Field Hockey, the National Governing Body responsible for the sport of field hockey in the United States, announces a partnership with TeachAids to help improve the safety of the sport for youth athletes.Read More
The Brain Injury Association of America and TeachAids Kick Off Partnership During Brain Injury Awareness Month
To commemorate Brain Injury Awareness Month, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) announces a new partnership with TeachAids.Read More
Researchers observed male and female soccer players during competitive play and found that head impact sensor data requires video to review false positives, according to CHOP.Read More
Less than half of patients with sports-related mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) achieve clinical recovery within 2 weeks after injury, reports a study in Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine.Read More
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush (MOR) now offers EyeBOX, a new eye-tracking technology designed to more quickly identify a patient with ocular changes after a potential concussion or traumatic brain injury, it announces.Read More