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Research

The Snell Memorial Foundation has been actively conducting and supporting research to understand the nature and severity of head and brain injury and to increase head impact protection in such activities as bicycling, motorcycling, auto racing and other non-motorized recreational activities. Basic studies of injury mechanism and protection, as well as field research related to injury severity and causation have been undertaken.

  • Title: DEVELOPMENT OF A 3-D DATABASE OF HEAD AND FACIAL ANTHROPOMETRY FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
    Principal Investigator: Bruce Bradtmiller, Ph.D.
    Organization: Anthropology Research Project, Inc. Yellow Spring, Ohio
    Date: July 1992 - February 1995
  • Title: HEAD IMPACT ATTENUATION CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMAN SURROGATES
    Principal Investigator: Anthony Sances, Jr, Ph.D.
    Organization: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Date: January 1993 - April 1995
  • Title: OMNI-DIRECTIONAL NECK DEVELOPMENT
    Principal Investigator: Jac Wismans, Ph.D.
    Organization: TNO Road-Vehicles Research Institute, The Netherlands
    Date: April 1993 - October 1995
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