Boston University’s Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center conducts high-impact, innovative research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy and other long-term consequences of repetitive brain trauma in athletes and military personnel. The mission of the CTE Center is to conduct state-of-the-art research on CTE, including its neuropathology and pathogenesis, clinical presentation, genetics and other risk factors, biomarkers, methods of detection during life, and methods of prevention and treatment.
Congratulations to Dr. Ann McKee, MD for being appointed the William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professors Award. This is the highest recognition that Boston University bestows on a faculty member!
Ann McKee, MD, is Professor of Neurology and Pathology at Boston University School of Medicine, Director of Neuropathology for VA Read more
Boston University study suggests a way to diagnose CTE in living people
Researchers led by Boston University have taken a step forward in finding a way to diagnose the degenerative brain disease Read more
Bill Gates is talking about exciting new research from Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center and CTE Center researcher Rhoda Au
In a recent blog, Gates wrote, "I recently met a researcher named Rhoda Au who is working on some seriously Read more