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Neurotechnology Events and Brain Fitness Panel

Zack Lynch has posted a calendar of key Fall 2006 Neurotechnology events.

Next one: 6th Annual Neurotech Leaders Forum, September 28-29, San Francisco. Zack writes “If you want to stay on the cutting edge of advancements in neurodevices, then don’t miss Cavuoto’s conference now in its’ sixth year.”

James Cavuoto has been kind enough to extend me an invitation, and I will blog the highlights of the event.

You can check more information on other conferences in his post, including the massive Neuroscience 2006 in October where The Neurotechnology Industry Organization will be formally launched.

Zack also announces, for early birds, the Neurotech Industry Investing and Business conference on May 17-18, 2007 in San Francisco, put together by NeuroInsights.

Highly recommended conference for anyone working on pharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostics and neurotechnology in general, and with added value for anyone interested in seeing me moderate what I hope will be a groundbreaking panel:

Title: Brain Fitness Through Software and Neurofeedback

Description: Spurred by the discovery of neuroplasticity, the aging baby boomer population and demand for safe treatments for childhood ADHD, software companies, large and small, are venturing into the realm of therapy and cognitive fitness. Venture investors are drawn by the potential of the large markets, lack of FDA involvement, and scalability of the software model. What challenges are companies facing? What efficacy parameters are required for success?

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