The objective of this study is to assess the potential ability to diagnose PTSD using only non-invasive and minimally intrusive sensors that can be worn at home. These sensors include an audio sensor, actigraphy to derive sleep quality metrics, and a suite of physiologic sensors (ECG and respiration).
CERSE Executive Director Merchant leads VCU node of major TBI study
VCU is one of 11 institutions collaborating on a multi-center study to advance the understanding of traumatic brain injury and concussion, leading to more effective, patient-specific treatments.
CERSE Associate Director West elected to the CRCC Board
CERSE Associate Director Steven L. West, Ph.D., CRC, will join the Board of Directors of the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) for a 3-year term beginning in July 2014.