Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (PH/TBI) Research Program
In FY2015, Eye and Vision Researchers received five grants, for a total of $6 million, from the PH-TBI program.
Dr. Larry Benowitz, Molecular Control of Optic Nerve Regeneration
Dr. Kapil Bharti, Preventing and Repairing Combat-Related Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy: Using 3D Engineered Eye Tissue Derived from Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Dr. Eli Peli, Active Confocal Imaging System for Visual Prostheses
Dr. Anton Reiner, CB2 Receptor Therapy Using the FDA-Approved Drug Raloxifene to Mitigate Visual Deficits after Mild TBI and/or Ocular Trauma
Dr. Andrew Russo, Photosensitivity as a Preclinical Assessment for Treatment of Post-Traumatic Headache
In FY2013, Eye and Vision Researchers received one grant, for a total of $250 thousand, from the PH-TBI program.
Alexander Kiderman, Portable Assessment System (PAS) for In-Theater Assessment of mTBI
In FY2019, Eye and Vision Researchers received two grants, for a total of $4.1 million, from the PH-TBI program.
Dr. Richard Hogle, Visual Information Restoration and Rehabilitation via Sensory Substitution Technology
Dr. Gang Luo, Development of a Vision Assistive Device for Veterans with TBI-Associated Visual Dysfunctions