Scene Podcast: Dr. Jay Alberts, Director of the Cleveland Clinic's Concussion Center

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This week, host Craig Lyndall is joined by Dr. Jay Alberts, the director of the Cleveland Clinic's Concussion Center. The Clinic is part of a national symposium being hosted in Cleveland in June on concussions (June 23-24 at the Global Center for Health and Innovation, Concussion: A National Challenge, hosted by the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and Case Western Reserve University), and Alberts stopped by to talk about his research, sports, the Clinic's relationship with the NFL player's union, his iPad app, why he lets his kids play football, what's next on the frontier of studying brain injuries, and more.

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