UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. researches how fruit flies may be able to teach us about football injuries | WPR

“Fruit flies and humans may have more in common than you think. Flies were used during early research into human genetics, said Dr. Doug Brusich. Brusich, an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, is among a group of researchers who now use the insect to study traumatic brain injuries. Their findings could have implications for athletes.” More via How fruit flies may be able to teach us about football injuries | WPR.