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Council Update: Upcoming call, industry news, and more

(You can learn more about the SharpBrains Council Here. If you participated in the 2011 SharpBrains Summit and want to join Council on a complimentary basis before 01/31, please contact us.)

Dear Council Members,

First of all, have an excellent 2012. Here you have a few important updates, including our first conference call in 2012:

1) Upcoming Council Call to discuss 2011 SharpBrains Summit’s final meeting report and priorities for 2012 SharpBrains Summit.

  • Confirmed Speakers: Alvaro Fernandez (SharpBrains), Margaret Morris and Muki Hansteen-Izora (Intel Corporation), Joshua Steinerman (ProGevity Neuroscience, CRI Worldwide).
  • To RSVP and access call-in details, click on Council’s Monthly Calls. The call will be recorded, so if you can’t participate live you’ll be able to listen to it afterwards.
2) Recent Industry/ Innovation News (to read, and to add more, visit Council Blogs):

3) We encourage you to submit guest posts to SharpBrains.com and help educate/ inform a growing audience; please let me know if you have any questions about this. To learn more, click on How to Sub­mit a Guest Post to SharpBrains.com.

4) Also, please check out our new online course, designed for the college-educated general public: How to Be Your Own Brain Fit­ness Coach in 2012 (March 2012). It may be a bit introductory for you given your access to professional-grade SharpBrains materials, but feel free to participate and to spread the word with others. We already have 75+ high-caliber and very motivated registered learners in over 10 countries.

Looking forward to talking to a good number of you next Tuesday!

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