African American Motor Vehicle Collision Cohort (McLean, PI)

The goal of African American CRASH is to perform an initial evaluation of ethnic differences in the recovery process after motor vehicle collision. The parent grant, Project CRASH, provides data from a large European American cohort. In addition, a pilot cohort of African Americans experiencing MVC has been enrolled.

Status: in progress; currently enrolling patients

 

Study Sites and Networks

 

Related Publications

  1. S Linnstaedt, M Walker, J Parker, R Sons, M Velilla, C Pearson, B O’Neil, E Zimny, C Lewandowski, K Damiron, P Hendry, S Barnes, M Rosenberg, S Hammond, and S McLean, Circulating microRNA evaluated in the early aftermath of motor vehicle collision predict widespread pain development in African Americans and provide potential pathogenic insights: results of a preliminary analysis, Journal of Pain, April 2014

Photos

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Study coordinators enjoying a much needed break at the Duke Lemur Center after morning lab training!

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Coordinators participate in a lab training at the annual site meeting in Chapel Hill, NC.