Collecting and Aggregating Omic and Environmental Data in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: A Pilot Study

This study will test the feasibility of collecting omic and immune system data while measuring for physiologic changes in the patient. We will also incorporate the use of wireless sensors (temperature, humidity, particulate matter, light, and sound) to measure the patient’s immediate environment and immune profiles. These data will provide us with the opportunity to examine the unique patient environment, while taking into account real-time responses of the immune system to different exposures and stressors in relationship to short-term outcomes.

Awarded By

  • Duke University, School of Nursing



  • $20,000.00


  • 2016 - 2018