Clinical Core for Concussion Research


Women going through exercises for concussion research


Outreach UM Ivy for Concussion Research in Sports

Outreach & Engagement

The mission of the Concussion Center is to maximize societal and individual health through the relentless pursuit of concussion knowledge.
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The Center’s structure revolves around three cores with distinct, yet mutually supportive functions:


The Research Core functions as the Center’s foundation, supporting and integrating outstanding University of Michigan faculty to promote innovative research collaborations.


The Clinical Core exists symbiotically with the other cores by identifying clinically relevant research questions, involving patient populations in research studies and translating cutting edge Research Core findings into clinical care and patient education

The Outreach & Engagement Core will help support the mission of the Center and the University by translating research findings to key stakeholders and providing learning resources through externally directed platforms.

Dr. Lorincz appears on halftime show of U-M Football game

Dr. Matt Lorincz, clinical associate director for the center, appeared on the halftime show of the University of Michigan/University of Rutgers football game on Saturday, November 21 to discuss all things concussions with Jacob Wawro. His interview can be heard below.

Center Hosts DEI Concussion Roundtable

Approximately 90 people joined the Michigan Concussion Center in late October, for an online discussion surrounding the social and cultural disparities in sport concussion.

Concussion Investigators Developing PROM

Associate Director of Research Dr. James Eckner, along with fellow Concussion Center investigators, are developing patient-reported outcomes measures for concussion care.

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