Improving quality of life through research, resources and awareness is at the core of everything we do.
The Tug McGraw Foundation believes in collaboration with other organizations. Our partners can be government, corporate, community or other non-profit players. Working together strategically on projects increases funding for research and maximizes resources. The outcome accelerates treatments and improving quality of life for all.
The Invisible Brain Injury Project with CereScan
The Tug McGraw Foundation is partnering with CereScan Corp. of Denver, CO, and other leading organizations to seek new and more efficient identification of and treatment for invisible wounds such as Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).
The Invisible Brain Injury Project is aimed at addressing mTBI sustained by current and former military members, and is an endeavor sponsored in part by CereScan, a clinical facility dedicated to state of the art functional brain imaging for the identification of a wide array of brain based disorders. CereScan’s proprietary process includes the latest generation high resolution gamma cameras, highest quality radio-pharmaceuticals from GE Healthcare, industry's leading brain image reconstruction software, specially trained board-certified physicians and patent pending, research-based, functional brain data warehouse. Click here, to learn more.
Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure is committed to speed the pace of research that will lead to new brain cancer therapies and, ultimately, a cure.
One Mind for Reaseach is dedicated to better diagnosing and treating neurological disorders that affect those who serve our country in the military.
Soldiers to Summits helps disabled veterans shatter personal barriers and reclaim lives by using mountaineering as the learning tool for setting ambitious goals, building world-class teams, innovating through obstacles, and stepping up to lead and serve others.
The Pathway Home is a Residential Recovery program that was specifically created for our Nation’s New Warriors and dedicated to serve them. Our Nation’s “New Warriors” are those of any age who have served our Nation’s Global War on Terror in areas of the world such as Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Tug McGraw Pre-Medical Internship has been established as the cornerstone of Duke’s Collegiate Athlete Pre-Medical Experience (CAPE) summer program. Students qualifying for the six-week internship rotate through the clinical practices of CAPE faculty and participate in inpatient rounding, outpatient clinics, and any didactic sessions that occur during the students’ time with their respective physicians.
The Veterans Medical Research Foundation's mission is to enhance the health of veterans of all generations through research and education.