Rachel Chase, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Even as the Iraq and Afghanistan wars recede into history, problems with traumatic brain injury endure. A study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University finds that those injured before 2007 are most at risk for chronic problems. That's before Defense Department medical officials started more regular and detailed TBI screenings. Study co-author Rachel Chase from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about the study.