Register Now! Sat, Oct 28, PSP/CBD Research Update and Family Conference

Registration is now open!

Brain Support Network will host the:

PSP/CBD Research Update and Family Conference
Saturday, October 28, 2017
Crowne Plaza Foster City (San Francisco Bay Area)
8am Continental breakfast/check-in
9am Speakers begin
5pm Conclusion

Cost: $55 per person until October 7; $65 until October 27
No registration at the door
Non-refundable

Register now:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pspcbd-research-update-family-conference-tickets-37146069895

This conference is for families coping with progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and corticobasal degeneration (CBD).   Professionals and anyone in the community are also welcome to attend.

The conference will be run from 8am to 5pm. The morning will feature international researchers in town for a major conference on PSPCBD, and tau. The afternoon will feature Bay Area clinicians (from UCSF and Stanford), healthcare professionals, and those on the PSP/CBD journey.

See the great speaker line-up on the agenda.

In recent days, several people have asked how this conference is different from the CurePSP conference on October 26-27.  That CurePSP conference is for international researchers. All of the talks at the CurePSP conference will be at a very high-level.  (I don’t know of any laypeople who can understand even 20% of those talks.)

It seemed like a great opportunity to ask those international researchers to stay in town through Saturday noon to give shorter and easier-to-understand talks to laypeople. That’s what we’ve done!  We’ve worked with CurePSP to know who was speaking at their conference.

Our main planning partner is Dr. Adam Boxer and the team at the UCSF Memory & Aging Center. UCSF is the lead institution for PSP and CBD clinical trials. We are lucky to have them in our backyard!

Space is limited so register now:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pspcbd-research-update-family-conference-tickets-37146069895

If the $55 ticket is a hardship for you, we do have a small number of scholarships available. Please contact us.

We are looking for sponsorship for videorecording ($2K) the conference.  Can you help us sponsor this so more people can benefit from the great conference?  Contact us.

We are also looking for an all-day volunteer:  (contact us)

  • digital photographer. (Requires someone with a digital camera, photography skills, interest in roaming around the ballroom and foyer the whole day, and good with people.)

We’ve opened up exhibitor registration here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pspcbd-research-update-family-conference-exhibitor-registration-tickets-38393356563

Soon, we’ll be opening up registration for:  (contact us)

  • RNs, LVNs, LMFTs, and LCSWs who want CEUs.  Six CEUs are being offered through the Alzheimer’s Association.

Stay tuned.

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Robin