Join me Feb 9 for an evening at Harvard Medical School

If you have followed my work with the TMS lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center you may find this evening fascinating . . .
Brain Health—Body Wealth
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The Joseph B. Martin Conference Center
at Harvard Medical School
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA
Complimentary Parking
Business Attire
Additional Guests Welcome
Kindly reply by February 1, 2010 to Kirsten Doyle at (617) 667-7331 or email

5:00 p.m. cocktail reception and Brain Fitness Assessments
Measure Up
Assess your BMI, blood pressure, and other health measures that matter
Master Memory
Check your memory and learn strategies to improve it
Margaret O’Connor, PhDBonnie Wong, PhD
Connections Count
Assess your mood and learn strategies to nourish relationships
Antonio Bullon, MDLissa Kapust, LICSW

Learn techniques to reduce stress
Rebecca Wells, MD
Keep Moving
Fit exercise into your daily routine
Jennifer Divine, MD
Eat Right
Learn how to make good food choices
George Blackburn, MDKristina Spellman, LD

6:00 p.m. dinner and speaker presentations
Your Brain Keeps Changing
Harnessing brain plasticity to prevent cognitive decline
Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD
Director, Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Groundbreaking research at The Center for Brain Health (CBH) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is transforming the way we grow older by recognizing the centrality of a healthy brain in the aging process. The focus of the Center is the development of technologies and interventions aimed at the earliest detection of brain disorders; the prevention of neurocognitive decline and the preservation of brain fitness across the age-span; and the repair and rehabilitation of impaired brain function to forestall chronic deterioration and its effect on general health. By accomplishing these goals, CBH will extend the overall health, societal productivity, and quality of life for elders.



Livinia Redlips said…
John -

What do you think about the APA dropping the Asperger diagnosis from the DSM (& considering it simply Autism)? Curious about your thoughts.


Popular Posts