Case Studies and Research Profiles
Supporting the Largest Concussion Study
The CARE Consortium is addressing key knowledge gaps around concussive injury and recovery in Military Service Academy (MSA) members and NCAA student-athletes. QuesGen has partnered with the CARE Consortium since 2014, studying over 53,000 participants and managing over 130 million data points.
TRACK-TBI Research Study
Since 2010, QuesGen Systems has served as the data management platform for TRACK-TBI study, with sites throughout the United States, and more than 3,700 patients across the spectrum of mild to severe brain injuries enrolled.
Simplifying Data Management for Violence Intervention Programs
The Violence Intervention Program (VIP) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) promotes physical and emotional health and safety for youth and families impacted by violence. CHOP VIP partnered with QuesGen to streamline reporting and data management as they scaled the program.
Making an Impact on Gang Violence
Discover how a violence intervention program for the City of San Jose was transformed through QuesGen Systems and QG-Case, reducing tedious data and case management workloads so they can now focus on the work that matters most.
Largest TBI Study Worldwide
QuesGen Systems is pleased to continue working with CENTER-TBI on their large European Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Study. QuesGen has worked with CENTER-TBI since 2014, encompassing 4,500+ patients in 80+ Centers in 25 countries.
ReCODE Alzheimer’s Study
Developed by UCSF-trained neurologist Dale Bredesen, the ReCODE study looked to reverse the neurocognitive decline for patients with Alzheimer’s by considering a comprehensive lifestyle-related protocol.
Largest Military TBI Study
QuesGen Systems is pleased to work with the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) on the largest military neuroimaging TBI study ever conducted, including more than 41,000 MRI images over 5 years.
Concussion and TBI Tracking
QuesGen Systems is very pleased to be working with Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) on the nation’s largest, single-center prospective study on Concussion and TBI, tracking more than 1,200 participants.