2017 Cohen Veterans Care Summit – A Global Forum to Advance Trauma-Related Brain Disorder Science and Care

2017 Cohen Veterans Care Summit

2017 Cohen Veterans Care Summit

A Global Forum to Advance Trauma-Related Brain Disorder Science and Care

2017 Cohen Veterans Care Summit
September 27-28, 2017
Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, D.C.

The second annual Cohen Veterans Care Summit will focus on advancements in bioscience, clinical treatment, and precision medicine, and will highlight opportunities for advancing the PTSD and TBI research roadmap through public-private partnerships. World-renowned brain health experts will share the state-of-the-art in biomarkers, diagnostics, translational models, genetics, biosensors and mobile health for PTSD and TBI. Top-level clinicians will share expertise and best practices around caring for veterans and military families.

By joining forces with partners from all sectors, we can Spark a Care Revolution for veterans, service members and all individuals affected by PTSD & TBI.

The mission of this year’s Summit is to convene an interactive forum to address priorities for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Suicidality and other Trauma-related Brain Disorders, and define a roadmap for progress. This Summit will bring together leadership from the private and public sector to advance the Veterans Brain Health research agenda and clinical care delivery model.

Our forum will consist of a Public Event, Igniting the Spark, with attendees including veterans and their families followed by an invitation-only Stakeholder Event, Spark a Care Revolution, that will convene more than 350 thought leaders from academia, industry, government and the non-profit sector. In an effort to stimulate discussion and promote collaboration, Day 2 of the Stakeholder Event will offer 3 different tracks for stakeholders to attend: policy, bioscience & clinical care.

Cohen Veterans Care SummitIgniting the Spark (Public Event)

The public event will explore the full spectrum of challenges that veterans and families face in the wake of physical and emotional brain trauma. Global leaders in brain research and care will provide the “State of Affairs” in Brain Health – what we’ve accomplished, where we need to go and how we are going to get there.

This event is open to the public with a special welcome to veterans and their families. If you are interested in attending, please use the following link to register: www.cohencaresummit.org/igniting/register/

 

 

Cohen Veterans Care SummitSpark a Care Revolution (Stakeholder Event)

The closed event is for leadership from the public and private sector to gather and advance the veterans brain health research agenda and clinical care delivery model. World-renowned brain health experts will focus on advancements in bioscience, clinical treatment and precision medicine.

If you are interested in attending these events or would like more information,
please reach out to info@cohenbio.org