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Ragnar Relay Chicago

The Brain Research Foundation participates in various fundraising efforts throughout the year to pursue its mission of accelerating brain research. In the past, this has included the Ragnar Relay Chicago, a 200 mile run from Madison, Wisconsin to Chicago, Illinois. Participants ran to support neu...

Age Differences with Brain Injuries

Part of panel discussion at Brain Research Foundation’s Discovery Dinner on November 1, 2010, in Chicago. Others on the panel: Rick Telander from the Chicago Sun-Times, Dan McGrath from the Chicago News Cooperative, and Dr. Carrie Jaworski from Northwestern University.

What is a Concussion?

Part of panel discussion at Brain Research Foundation’s Discovery Dinner on November 1, 2010, in Chicago. Others on the panel: Rick Telander from the Chicago Sun-Times, Dan McGrath from the Chicago News Cooperative, and Dr. Carrie Jaworski from Northwestern University.

Impact of Brain Injury Research

Part of panel discussion at Brain Research Foundation’s Discovery Dinner on November 1, 2010, in Chicago. Others on the panel: Rick Telander from the Chicago Sun-Times, and Dan McGrath from the Chicago News Cooperative.

Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting

The Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting is the primary yearly opportunity for neuroscience researchers to introduce and share their work and meet colleagues from around the world. The Society for Neuroscience is the world’s largest organization of researchers dedicated to advancing the ...

“Make Waves” Benefit

The “Make Waves” Benefit is Brain Research Foundation’s much-anticipated fundraising gala that promotes the organization’s mission of creating change and accelerating discoveries of the human brain by funding the nation’s most innovative neurological research.

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