School of Medicine’s Michael DeGeorgia discusses peculiar concussion effects

Teenager credits musical talent to head injury

ABC News Radio: Following a concussion, 17-year-old Lachlan Connors abruptly developed incredible music ability. His case highlights how little is understood about concussions and their long-term effects on the brain. “[With] concussions we’re just starting to understand the complexity of it,” said Michael DeGeorgia, the Maxeen Stone and John A. Flower Endowed Chair in Neurology.