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Latest Advances in Treatment for Alzheimer's, Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke to Be Presented at Symposium
Date:4/25/2013

AUSTIN, Texas, April 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Some of the country's leading practitioners will discuss the cutting-edge treatments and imaging techniques being developed to treat Alzheimer's, traumatic brain injury and stroke at a symposium on May 1 in Austin.

"Collaborating for Cures: Research, Rehabilitation & Treatment for Alzheimer's, Brain Injury & Stroke" will feature presentations on The Promise of Stem Cells; Current treatment of closed head injury, Disorders of consciousness, Imaging in dementia, Drug screening for degeneration, Pain syndrome after stoke, Emerging therapeutics in ischemic stroke and Neurorecovery vs neurorehabilitation as well as provide a forum for leading scientists in the field to share ideas and discuss potential collaborations.

"We are committed to providing advanced care to our patients while pioneering the science of medicine through research," Mark Burnett ., neurosurgeon and executive medical director of NeuroTexas Institute at St. David's HealthCare, said. "This symposium will allow us to share what we already know and to explore the endless opportunities for new treatment options for patients suffering from traumatic brain injuries, Alzheimer's disease and the effects of stroke."

Speakers include:

  • John Bertelson , M.D., Neurologist, Seton Brain & Spine Institute / Assistant Professor of Neurology UT Southwestern
  • Mark Burnett , M.D., Executive Medical Director, NeuroTexas Institute at St. David's HealthCare
  • Mattew Cowperthwaite , Ph.D., Director of Research NeuroTexas Institute at St. David's HealthCare
  • Christopher Garrison , M.D., Physiatrist, Seton Brain & Spine Institute / Director of UT Southwestern
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