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October 12, 2019

CVB CEO & President Dr. Magali Haas Presents at the BrainMind Summit

Cohen Veterans Bioscience CEO & President Dr. Magali Haas presented at the BrainMind Summit, hosted by Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences on October 12-13, 2019.
When? October 12, 2019
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BrainMind is building a best-in-class community around the mission to advance neuroscience innovation that will most benefit humanity. This summit will catalyze focused and informal collaborations between sector-defining scientists, entrepreneurs, operators, investors, leaders, thinkers, and philanthropists.

Far from the typical scientific meeting, this private gathering is centered around opportunities to have a direct impact on the science presented, and to meaningfully engage with a carefully curated, truly multidisciplinary community. Along with the world’s top thought leaders in neuroscience and philosophy of mind, all Summit participants have been personally selected for their brilliance, effectiveness, sincerity, and intent.

Invited participants explore a curated collection of cutting-edge discoveries in neuroscience, engage with the scientists behind those ideas, and advise promising early-stage companies – all with the goal of bringing brain science to the world at scale.

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