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Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics endorse President Obama's support for Human Brain Mapping research; nominating him for prestigious Pioneer in Healthcare Policy Award
Date:2/18/2013

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Such translational research has regrettably received less funding in recent years due to the NIH budget cuts and clearly foundations do not have the resources to foster such translational medical research on a large scale. All scientists are also dealing with lack of funding mechanisms to support the translation of advanced science and technologies into biotech spinoffs, which could create many new jobs in the US; this gap is infamously called the "valley of death."

"When we are talking about space technology to map the human brain we are not talking about science fiction or a fantasy land. We are talking about technologies, which are already available and could revolutionize the healthcare industry by reducing cost and morbidity, increase efficiency while creating jobs through biotech spinoffs. Our members have done this in last 10 years with amazing results but we need more private and government partnership and investments in this area, which could save the country billions of dollars in the future," said Babak Kateb . He continues, "We have significantly advanced the introduction of new clinical trials for patients with Alzheimer's disease, and worked closely with the US military in order to rapidly find solutions for our beloved wounded warriors who are suffering from devastating neurological disorders. We also need to form a National Data Repository for Neuroscience, which could track progress and help the agencies and scientists be more efficient while eliminating duplications.

The Society has been always supportive of sound bipartisan healthcare policies, which could reduce the cost of healthcare and increase the efficiency of healthcare delivery while creating jobs in the US through spinoffs. Therefore, in l
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