Chronic Headache due to Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults: Alterations of Brain Function Central Sensitization and Inflammatory Processes

Study Overview

The purpose of this study is to teach us more about why some people often experience headaches after having a mild traumatic brain injury. We need individuals who have NOT experienced a traumatic brain injury.

Study Description

The purpose of this study is to teach us more about why some people often experience headaches after having a mild traumatic brain injury. We want to determine whether certain factors place individuals more at risk for experiencing headaches after a mild traumatic brain injury including pain sensitivity, how the body adapts to pain, levels of inflammation in our blood, and changes in brain structure and function.

Additional Information

Participants will be compensated for their participation.


  • IRB Number: 1804170492
  • Research Study Identifier: TX8954
  • Principal Investigator: Kelly Naugle

Recruitment Status

Open

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