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A community update on our ground-breaking research to support ISB science.

Reimagine:
Brain Health

Wednesday, December 9
6:00-7:00 p.m. PT

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Event Details

Each year, we come together to highlight and support ISB’s cutting-edge research. This year, we’re coming together virtually! Join us online on December 9 at 6 p.m. PT for our annual Reimagine event.

Our program will focus on brain health and ISB’s unique approach to studying and treating Alzheimer’s and other diseases. Get an insider’s look at our latest clinical trial and learn what you can start doing today to improve your own brain health. Whether you're a long-term supporter or new to ISB, all are welcome!

During the event, we’re having a night of brain health giveaways, including: a new patient evaluation from Dr. Mary Kay Ross (a $5,500 value!), a one-year subscription to Brain HQ, and a signed copy of David Eagleman’s book "Livewired: The Inside Story of the Ever-Changing Brain." Be sure to tune in -- you must be in attendance on December 9 to win!

A generous group of donors has stepped up to match all donations received up to $20,000! If you donate before or during the event your gift will be doubled!

Questions? Contact Audri Hubbard.

Speakers

Our program speakers are Dr. Jim Heath and Dr. Mary Kay Ross, with special appearances by Dr. Lee Hood, Dr. Nathan Price, and more.

James R. Heath

Jim Heath, PhD


Jim Heath, PhD, is President and Professor at ISB. He has received several awards and honors, including the Irving Weinstein Award from the American Association of Cancer Researchers, and the Sackler Prize in the Physical Sciences. He was named one of the top seven innovators in the world by Forbes Magazine, and has founded or cofounded several companies.


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Mary Kay Ross

Mary Kay Ross, MD, FACEP


Mary Kay Ross, MD, FACEP, is the founder and CEO of the Seattle-based Brain Health & Research Institute. Prior to launching BHRI, Ross served as Chief Medical Officer of MPI Cognition, the firm credited with introducing multi-modal Alzheimer’s therapies to America.


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Foundation Board

Thank you to our Foundation Board members for making this event possible:

  • Douglas Howe, Chairman of the Board
  • Electa Anderson
  • Marne Anderson
  • Laurie Black
  • Suzie Burke
  • Kathryn Carole Ellison
  • Barb Moe
  • Chris Moe

Special Package

You won't want to miss this!

Donate $150 in advance and receive a special package for the event! Each package will include a bottle of wine, an ISB tote bag, two ISB tumblers, and a special brain teaser puzzle. Make sure to RSVP by December 4 to receive yours in time for the event!

Special thanks to Washington Wine for donating local Washington wines for this event.

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A multimodal approach

The greatest hope for reversing and preventing Alzheimer's disease and other neurological disorders is a multimodal approach that combines diet, exercise, drug treatment, coaching, brain training and other personalized treatments.

Observational studies suggest this novel approach can slow, stop, and in some cases reverse Alzheimers disease progression. ISB and our partners are conducting clinical trials to put the multimodal approach to rigorous scientific study.

ISB is working to improve the standard of care for Alzheimer's patients.

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