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Chuck Corbitt, Student
The University of Alabama
College of Human Environmental Sciences
Institute for Interactive Technology
Working towards an MS in Interactive Technology

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How Technology is Assisting and Aiding Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) Blast injuries from Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDS) and other forms of blasts and explosions have caused closed head injuries and trauma to over 178,000 service men and women serving in our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. These injuries are called Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). The future of treatments and aids to patients suffering from TBI, and to include a possible cure for TBI lay in interactive technology.