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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

ma including concussions and chronic traumatic encephalapothy. "We have brought together some of the finest scientists in the field of neurotrauma and other areas in order to address major neuroscience problems in a multidisciplinary way," said James Ecklund , SBMT program committee member, Professor of Neurosurgery, and Chairman of Neurosciences for Inova Health System in Virginia. He continued, "experts from many associated fields need to work together in order to have a significant impact on our current neuroscience challenges including prevention, diagnostics and treatment of complex head injuries of wounded warriors and football players. The Society's annual meeting creates this unique consortium environment which fosters collaboration between many diverse disciplines while simultaneously helping all attendees update their neuroscience knowledge."

The 10th Annual world Congress for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics is jointly sponsored by International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Medicine (ISMRM) and SBMT. 2009 World Congress was jointly sponsored by American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and SBMT. To submit an abstract or to register for this prestigious and world Class scientific event please visit: WWW.WORLDBRAINMAPPING.ORG

About Brain Mapping Foundation:

Brain Mapping Foundation (BMF) is a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization, which is establish for the purpose of facilitating multidisciplinary brain and spinal cord research and expediting integration of cutting-edge technologies into the field of neuroscience. BMF is focused on translating state-of-the-art technologies from NASA, DOD and industry into neurosurgery in order to bring the most advanced medicine to wounded warriors.

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