May 4th, 2012 | Austin, Texas
Recent advances in neuroscience research are gaining credibility toward a cure for many neurological conditions. Promising efforts renew hope to patients and families who have suffered for so long in addition to encouraging the medical community that it is possible to return to a meaningful, productive life. This program will provide education on current research activities, most recent advances in the field and highlight emerging approaches to stroke and traumatic brain injury care.
Tom Caven, MD | VP Medical Affairs & Medical Director, Brackenridge Hospital Seton Family of Hospitals
Erin D. Bigler Ph.D | Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Brigham Young University
James S. Misko, PsyD | Clinical Neuropsychologist, CORE Health Foundation
Alex B. Valadka, MD, FAANS, FACS | Chief of Adult Neurosciences and Neurotrauma Neurosurgery, CEO of Seton Brain & Spine Institute
Stanley Wang, MD, JD, MPH | Clinical Cardiovascular Disease, Austin Heart and Assistant Professor of Medicine (Adjunct), University of North Carolina
Steven Warach, MD, PhD | Vascular Neurologist and Founding Executive Director Seton/UT Southwestern Clinical Research Institute in Austin
Senator Kirk Watson
Texas Cures Education Foundation, Texans for Stem Cell Research and CORE Health Foundation are proudly partnering to host this educational event at Austin’s newest event center Shoal Crossing, Austin, Texas.
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