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'The Matt Duffin Show' - James F. Malec, Ph.D., Translational Research Director

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We're 1 - 0, as Ernie Francis Jr. WON this weeks TransAm event at Road America!  TBI Awareness ROCKS, and Junior is our leader!  John Mills a close second.  Kevin and I are in the 'hunt' and Jean, smoothly running.  Mid-Ohio next, look for TBI Survivors, TMDS and IBIA logo's on the #9 (sometimes #98) cars.  Thanks to the Francis family, for the understanding and effort.

And now, 'Dr Jim'

James F. Malec, Ph.D., is Professor and Research Director of Rehabilitation, Indiana University School of Medicine and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana. A Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the Mayo Clinic: Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology and in Rehabilitation Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. Active in both lay and professional groups involved with the concerns of people with BI', including the Brain Injury Association, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, and the International Neuropsychological Society. He has received a number of professional recognitions, including the Lowman Award from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine for interdisciplinary contributions to rehabilitation, the Research Award of the North American Brain Injury Society, the Career Service Award from the Brain Injury Association of Minnesota, and the prestigious Robert L. Moody Prize for Distinguished Initiatives in Brain Injury Research and Rehabilitation. He has over 125 peer-reviewed publications as well as other professional publications and continues to conduct research in brain injury rehabilitation and other areas of neuropsychology and behavioral medicine.

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