Partners Provide Brain Health Data For Student Athlete Research

SyncThink is partnering with QuesGen Systems, a contract research organization (CRO) that currently serves as the data management platform for large-scale traumatic brain injury (TBI) studies including the NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance. Reportedly, the partnership will provide a seamless transfer of data captured by institutions conducting concussion research in their sports programs.

Users of the QuesGen research repository and the SyncThink platform will be able to submit patient records such as complete demographics, patient history, relevant head injury data, and subsequent follow-up care. This complete data set will be transferred directly to QuesGen via unique API access, eliminating the need for clinicians to have to document separately to meet any injury reporting guidelines.

SyncThink currently has partners in the clinical and athletic space that include the Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Pac-12 Conference, Massachusetts General Hospital, Children’s National Hospital, and Stanford Children’s Hospital. In addition to working with the CARE Consortium, QuesGen also manages data for the CenterTBI study and TRACK-TBI. For more cerebral insights, visit SyncThink and QuesGen Systems.

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