NW Neuro-Networking Event July 10

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Please join us at the ACT Theater on Wednesday July 10, 7-9:30 pm for our next Neuro-Networking Event.  Please RSVP using Eventbright before July 3.

Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Greg Foltz.

Looking forward to a fun evening.  Refreshments (beer, wine, soda) and appetizers will be provided. Suggested donation at the door is $20.

Thank you for your interest in the NorthWest NeuroNeighborhood. We’ve had great attendance of ~60-70 Neuro Leaders at each of our first two networking events, and our membership has grown to over 160+.   With your support, we are making good progress.

Please also take this 3 question survey so that we can gather more information on what your Neuro Neighborly interests are.  Click HERE.

Sincerely,

Bob Wilcox, Lance Stewart, and the NWNN Board of Directors

P.S. Please feel free to contact either Bob at energyinvivo@gmail.com, or Lance at lances@alleninstitute.org .

NEXT NEURO-NETWORKING EVENT

Please RSVP using Eventbright before July 3.   Don’t worry, we’ll remind you.

DATE: July 10

TIME:  7- 9:30 pm

PLACE: ACT Theater

PANEL TOPIC: Glioblastoma: Hear from 3 Seattle based entrepreneurs who have started companies to address the challenges of brain cancer.

Dr. Jim Olson founder of Presage Biosciences and Blaze Bioscience

Dr. Nephi Stella founder of Stella Therapeutics

Dr. Marnix Bosch, CTO at Northwest BioTherapeutics

Refreshments (beer, wine, soda) and appetizers will be provided. Suggested donation at the door is $20.

This is the first in a series of disease-centric topics that will be covered at each upcoming Neuro-Networking Event. Our panel will include members involved in addressing the disease, a short film, and an open discussion, followed by networking with your NeuroNeighbors.

At the Neuro-Networking Event we’ll introduce new Board Members who are taking on important initiatives. We’ll report progress on the NeuroVentures Course.  Finally, we’ll announce a major national Neuro-Summit Symposium in the planning stage, and the team working to bring it to reality.

The ACT Theater is located at the corner of 7th Avenue and Union Street in the heart of downtown Seattle.  Our large, historic building is adjacent to the Washington State Convention and Trade Center (WSCTC). The Convention Center has easy access parking in their garage on 8th Avenue between Pike and Seneca Streets as well as a covered drop-off area at the Convention Place underpass off of Pike Street.

SPECIAL OFFER:  This NW Neuro-Networking event on July 10, will be held in conjunction with the Life Science Innovation Northwest 2013 Conference.  The WBBA is offering NWNN members from outside the Seattle area a reduced LSINW registration fee equal to that of WBBA Members.  When registering for LSINW simply type in “NWNN” next to Other Association.

HELP THE NEURO-NEIGHBORHOOD

Your feedback is IMPORTANT.  Please take this 3 question survey so that we can gather more information on what your Neuro Neighborly interests are.  Click HERE.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GGVN9TS

ABOUT NWNN

The NorthWest NeuroNeighborhood (www.NWNN.org) is a Washington State non-profit organization formed in the summer of 2012, dedicated to fostering the development of the emerging neuro-related cluster in the Pacific Northwest.   Follow us on Twitter @NWNeuroNeighbor.

OTHER NEWS:  VISIT OUR BOOTH AT OHBM

The NorthWest NeuroNeighborhood will have an exhibitor’s booth at the upcoming Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting in Seattle.  June 16-20, 2013, Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA 98101-2350.

THANK YOU SPONSORS

We thank our sponsors for their enthusiastic support:  Cirtec Medical Systems, K&L Gates, The NSF Engineering Research Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering at the University of Washington, Swedish Neuroscience InstituteThe Allen Institute for Brain Science, Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association: WBBA, ACT Theater, Stratos , the UW Medicine Department of Radiology, and Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting.

 

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