Special Issue "Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets"
A special issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067). This special issue belongs to the section "Molecular Pathology, Diagnostics, and Therapeutics".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2019) | Viewed by 20384
Interests: traumatic brain injury; brain injury biomarkers; advanced neuroimaging; translational research; neurotrauma models; transcortical magnetic stimulation
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It is currently appreciated that understanding the molecular mechanisms of traumatic brain injury is of ample importance to launch goal-driven, rationally targeted therapies.
Thus far, despite promising developments in fundamental research, practically no clinical trials have proved effective in the treatment of traumatic brain injury. This has led to the recognition that our exploratory strategies should be revisited, and clinically relevant trauma models as well as translationally relevant endpoints should be established.
This conclusion has materialized in the construction of the Common Data Elements and the initiation of the Operation Brain Trauma Therapy program.
This Special Issue is aimed to summarize and coordinate thoughts, knowledge, and efforts to provide a better understanding of traumatic brain injury and open up new perspectives in bench-to-bedside approaches leading to a more efficient care for the head injured.
Specifically, we invite manuscripts focusing on molecular/pathobiological processes operant in various clinically relevant models of traumatic brain injury. We particularly encourage submission of reports on molecular, proteomic, metabolomic, and imaging markers of traumatically evoked brain injury, as well as studies of therapeutic interventions where target engagement is based on well-defined pathobiological processes with morphological, functional endpoints of translational relevance.
Prof. András Büki
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- Traumatic brain injury
- Translational research
- Axonal injury