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Moving the Science and Educating the Field of TBI with Eric Hipple

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Eric Hipple is a former National Football League (NFL) quarterback whose ten year career was spent with the Detroit Lions. Born in Lubbock, Texas and raised in Downey California, Eric graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Business administration and was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1980. Hipple’s accomplishments include two playoff bids, a divisional championship, and the Detroit Lion’s most valuable player award for the ‘81season. He is currently ranked sixth in career passing yards for Detroit. From 1995-2000 Hipple was color analyst for the FOX NFL pre-game show in Detroit. His book “Real Men Do Cry” received a publisher Presidential Award. After retiring from University of Michigan's Comprehensive Depression Center, where he spent eleven years in outreach, Hipple currently works with the Center for Neurological Studies as a Community Advocate. The Center for Neurological Studies advances scientific research for neurovascular disease through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. CNS hosts people from around the world who seek an accurate diagnosis, especially in cases of mild-to-moderate traumatic brain injury.

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Episode sponsored by: Integrated Brain Centers