Oct 28, 2009
By: Alvaro Fernandez
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation just announced a new initiative of their Pioneer portfolio:
“On November 11-12, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), working with the Monitor Institute, will welcome a small group of researchers, academics, physicians and industry leaders in the fields of neurotechnology, neurodevelopment and behavior change for a Forum on the Future Impact of Neuroscience and Behavior Change.
The question: what could neuroscience innovation mean for the future of health and health care?
Foundation staff will blog and tweet the event (haven’t seen the hashtag yet); I will link to good materials and offer my own perspective focused on that “neurodevelopment” aspect and, overall, where/ how research and the real-world can “dance” with each other.