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Enjoy the Latest Insights on Neuroplasticity and Brain Health in Celebration of Brain Awareness Week 2013

Neuroplasticity and Brain Health Talks

 

How will you be cel­e­brat­ing Brain Aware­ness Week next week (March 11th-17th , 2013)?

Here’s a sug­ges­tion: you can start watch­ing, at a spe­cial 95% pric­ing dis­count, more than 25 hours of exclu­sive pre­sen­ta­tions from over 40 lead­ing minds as they dis­cuss the lat­est on applied neu­ro­plas­tic­i­ty and brain health.  These pre­sen­ta­tions, which took place dur­ing the 2012 Sharp­Brains Vir­tu­al Sum­mit, shed light on some of the most impor­tant pri­or­i­ties for brain health today and in the future:

  • How can the health indus­try bet­ter incor­po­rate the body’s most vital organ?
  • How are con­sumer beliefs and behav­iors towards brain health and brain train­ing evolv­ing?
  • Which pro­fes­sion­al groups are ide­al­ly posi­tioned to become “brain fit­ness coach­es”?
  • How can neu­ro­science inform spe­cial edu­ca­tion?
  • How can Big Data and glob­al inter­net access trans­form brain health prac­tices?

–> You can ORDER A $15 PASS NOW (reg­u­lar price is $295). Pass hold­ers receive two-month log-in access to the online pre­sen­ta­tions, begin­ning on March 11th.

What Speak­ers and Par­tic­i­pants say about the 2012 Sharp­Brains Sum­mit:

  • The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit is a rare vehi­cle for get­ting mul­ti­ple expert per­spec­tives on cur­rent devel­op­ments in improv­ing brain func­tion in a con­cise and clear way.”  —  Dr. Michael Pos­ner, Pro­fes­sor Emer­i­tus, Uni­ver­sity of Ore­gon
  • Great exam­ple of how bring­ing sci­en­tific lead­ers and inno­va­tors togeth­er can spur thought­ful dis­cus­sion about our most vital organ – the brain.” — Dr. San­dra Bond Chap­man, Direc­tor, Cen­ter for Brain­Health at The Uni­ver­sity of Texas at Dal­las
  • The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit pro­vides com­mon ground for prac­ti­tion­ers, sci­en­tists and indus­try lead­ers to work towards the com­mon goal of dri­ving brain health and fit­ness for­ward with a thought­ful, ana­lyt­i­cal and prac­ti­cal approach.” — Kate Sul­li­van, Direc­tor of the Brain Fit­ness Cen­ter at Wal­ter Reed Nation­al Mil­i­tary Med­ical Cen­ter
  • An impres­sive vir­tual con­vo­ca­tion of lead­ing sci­en­tists and devel­op­ers and adopters of cog­ni­tive enhance­ment tech­nol­ogy.” — Dr. Robert Bilder, Chief of Med­ical Psy­chol­o­gy-Neu­ropsy­chol­o­gy, UCLA Semel Insti­tute for Neu­ro­science
  • A very time-effi­cient man­ner to get a state of the art update on the lat­est inno­va­tions in assess­ing and pro­mot­ing brain health, and from the com­fort of your own office.” — Dr. Kei­th Wesnes, Prac­tice Leader, Bracket/ Unit­ed BioSource Cor­po­ra­tion
  • A con­ve­nient and sur­pris­ingly com­pelling forum for catch­ing up on applied cog­ni­tive research from lead­ers in the field and for help­ing shape future brain health care.” — Dr. Yaakov Stern, Cog­ni­tive Neu­ro­science Divi­sion Leader, Colum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty

Neuroplasticity and Brain Health Talks

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