TBI is a major cause of death and disability in the United States; DRG Epidemiology estimates that there were 250,000 moderate to severe TBI events diagnosed in U.S. hospitals / emergency rooms in 2019. Although numerous generic drugs are available to manage acute-phase risks and chronic symptoms / deficits (e.g., pain, psychiatric problems, motor problems), no therapies are FDA approved to treat any aspect of TBI. As such, the opportunity for proven symptomatic or, more importantly, neuroprotective / restorative compounds for use in the acute and rehabilitation settings is entirely untapped. The TBI pipeline is small and evolving, but development challenges abound, and repeated failures in treating this complex disorder have stunted progress. A solid grasp of the addressable TBI market, the current state of management, and the future competitive landscape will lay the foundation for new players entering this space.
How is TBI treated in the acute and rehabilitation settings today?
What are the key areas of unmet need and opportunity in TBI?
What are the key drivers and limiters of the therapy market?
How will future players influence the various segments of the TBI market?
What is the potential impact of new launches, and how might these therapies affect future opportunity in TBI? What do KOLs think?
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Joyce Spadafora, A.L.M., is a senior analyst on the CNS/Ophthalmology Disorders team. She authors content on various chronic pain, psychiatric, and neurological indications. Prior to joining the company, she spent several years in the biotech industry focusing on new product development and consulting. She holds a master’s degree in extension studies in psychology from Harvard University and a bachelor’s of science in mechanical engineering with biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.