We’d like to recognize these great organizations for helping make it possible to hold this comprehensive 3‑day brainstorming on the future of brain health, in just ten days!
THANK YOU, and looking forward to a great virtual summit!
The Arrowsmith Program, available in 80+ schools in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, is a comprehensive suite of cognitive programs for students with learning disabilities to train key brain functions involved in learning.
Banner Health is one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the USA, employing more than 50,000 staff members in 29 hospitals and other settings ranging from home care and long-term care, to laboratories and rehabilitation services.
The Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI), led by Baycrest, helps innovators develop, disseminate, scale, and promote adoption of promising innovations in the aging and brain health sector.
Joy Ventures is a privately funded investment company founded by Corundum Open Innovation and dedicated to spearheading the Neuro-Wellness arena by supporting breakthrough scientific research through grants and investing in startups and entrepreneurs which bring innovative products to consumers in ways that are fun and easy to use.
Total Brain is a fully owned subsidiary of Brain Resource Limited (ASX:BRC), at the forefront of applying clinically validated brain assessment and brain training to improve behavioral health outcomes. Formerly called MyBrainSolutions, Total Brain is the world’s first brain performance monitoring and training platform powered by the largest standardized brain database.
VieLight has a mission to engineer and commercialize non-invasive devices based on photobiomodulation that are safe and effective, easy to use and affordable. It focuses on developing new-generation home-use brain stimulation devices that are enjoying a growing reputation to be helpful for mental acuity in various presentations.