TBIFinder : A new approach to identify and properly assess mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) – Part 2

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) is a common and devastating condition that severely affects millions of people around the world. The TBIFinder company revolutionizes mTBI treatment by providing diagnosis using the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technique. Diagnosis is performed by comparing someone who has an mTBI to a large healthy population. However, research must be performed to ensure that the healthy population is actually healthy and has no unreported history of mTBI. Also, research must be performed to identify the effect that different ages, sex, MRI scanners, and medical history have on the healthy population. Finally, trends in healthy and injured individuals need to be identified to move further with a more accurate diagnosis technique. These research improvements will help this software solve the brain injury epidemic and help countless Canadians still suffering from brain injuries.

Faculty Supervisor:

James Reilly


Nicholas Simard




Engineering - biomedical


Professional, scientific and technical services


McMaster University



Current openings

Find the perfect opportunity to put your academic skills and knowledge into practice!

Find Projects