Time for SharpBrains’ May 2013 e-newsletter, which features a variety of articles offering a more optimistic and evidence-based approach to brain and mental health than current practices.
First of all, let us highlight that Scientific American just published an excellent review of our new book. The author sums it up by saying that “…I wish I had read this awesome guide when I was much younger…I find the emerging field of neuroplasticity immensely exciting, and guides like this one are both hopeful and reasonable.” As a reader points out, the word “awesome” does not appear often in science-oriented publications…so we are especially proud to see the book merit such treatment.
That’s it for now. Have a stimulating June!
Time for a new edition of SharpBrains’ e-newsletter. This time we focus on how much the brain health and behavioral health fields are changing, as they upgrade traditional toolkits with digital platforms to better monitor, assess and enhance cognition. Often driven by a growing consumer demand for improved brain fitness, as you can see in this 3-minute clip (opens YouTube video).
We are proud to report that our latest market report is proving to be valuable to a range of executives and innovators working along those lines, as you can read here.
Have a great month of April!
Time for SharpBrains’ February 2013 eNewsletter, featuring this time new science and analysis on Alzheimer’s Disease, ADHD, mental well-being, brain health, and more. Enjoy!
Have a great month of March.
Time for SharpBrains’ November 2012 eNewsletter, featuring latest science, tools and thinking to upgrade brain health. Before we start, do you believe these 32 neuromyths? Do we only use 10% of our brain?
Finally, a request to reporters, analysts and bloggers reading this. As we’re preparing to release a major market report, we’d like to ensure you are in our Media List. If you’re interested in brain health & innovation and want to be notified as soon as the report becomes available, please Fill This Form and let us know a bit about the publication/s you are writing for. Thank you!
We often view memory, thinking, emotions, as completely separate entities, but they truly are part of the same process. So, if we want to improve brain health, we need to pay attention to the “weak link” in that process. In today’s society, managing stress and negative emotions is often that weak link, as we discuss during October Q&A session with participants in SharpBrains’ new e-course. Time now for SharpBrains’ October 2012 eNewsletter, featuring new science, new resources and new thinking.
That’s it for now. Have a Happy Halloween!
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By: Alvaro Fernandez
Time for SharpBrains’ March 2012 eNewsletter, featuring in this occasion thought-provoking perspectives on emotions, ADHD, health and the brain, and a brief status update of the upcoming 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (June 7-14th, 2012).
New Research and Resources:
Update on 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit (June 7-14th):
- Preliminary Agenda: with 30+ Speakers and 5 Educational Workshops
- Sponsors: Learn about Gold Sponsors The Arrowsmith Program and Brain Resource; Learn how to Sponsor/ Exhibit
- Partners: Learn about 10+ Summit Partners; Learn how to Partner
- Register: very-early-bird rates apply until next Tuesday, April 3rd. Don’t miss them!
By: Alvaro Fernandez
Time for SharpBrains’ February 2012 eNewsletter, featuring in this occasion multiple and complementary perspectives on how to harness neuroplasticity: with enthusiasm, BOTH physical AND cognitive exercise, and (once tools become better standardized and widely available) brain-based personalized medicine.
- The State of Personalized Medicine: The Role of Biomarkers
- Personalized Medicine in Psychiatry: from DSM to brain-based RDoC, iSPOT-D and biomarkers
- Working with Healthcare Stakeholders towards Brain-Based Personalized Medicine
What’s New and Meaningful:
Finally, let us mention that Brain Awareness Week is approaching (March 12-18th, 2012), and that you can now add comments to SharpBrains articles via Facebook (see below). Looking forward to a great month of March!