Auteur Dr. Mark Mentzer received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from thr University of Delaware. He is a former research scient...
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Auteur Dr. Mark Mentzer received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from thr University of Delaware. He is a former research scientist at the US Army Research Laboratory where he studied mild traumatic brain injury and developed early-detection brain injury helmet sensors. He is a certified test director and contracting officer representative. He possesses two Level-III Defense Acquisition University Certifications in Science and Technology Manager and in Test and Evaluation. During his career, he developed a wide range of sensors and instrumentation as well as biochemical processes to assess brain trauma. Mentzer currently teaches high school mathematics and physics at the Salisbury School, college math at the Virginia Eastern Shore Community College, and online graduate systems engineering and computer science courses for University of Maryland University College.
Résumé Mild traumatic brain injury, also known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, presents a crisis in contact sports, the military, and elsewhere. This book reviews current understanding of mTBI, methods of diagnosis, treatment, policy concerns, and emerging technologies.
Clinical Sequelae and Functional Outcomes. 2 Diagnosing mTBI. 3. Instrumentation for Assessing mTBI events. 4. mTBI in the Military and Contact Sports. 5. Therapeutic Strategies and Future Research. Appendix 1. US Patent 9,080,984 Blast, Ballistic and Blunt Trauma Sensor. Appendix 2. Significance of the NMDA Cell Surface Receptor. Appendix 3. Neuroproteomics, Protein Folding, Transcription Factors, and Epigenetics for TBI Research. Appendix 4. Rhodopsin and Signal Transduction.