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June 19, 2018
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The Dana Foundation has named Caroline Montojo, Ph.D., as its next president, effective March 1, 2021. Dr. Montojo is currently the director of Life Sciences and the director of Brain Initiatives at The Kavli Foundation.
The Dana Foundation will launch a grants program in October to support Brain Awareness Week outreach activities in the U.S. and Canada. Held around the world in mid-March, the annual campaign attracts hundreds of partners each year who plan and perform these activities with the goal of fostering public enthusiasm and support for brain science. The program is modeled on the successful Federation of European Neuroscience Societies and International Brain Research Organization Brain Awareness Week grants programs, also funded by the Foundation.
The executive committee of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives announced the names of twenty members newly elected to the organization. Research interests among new members are broad, including brain evolution, the effects of poverty on mental health, imaging genomics, and olfaction.
The executive committee of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives announced the names of twenty-four members newly elected to the organization. Research interests among new members are broad, including perception, brain development, stroke, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
In the Dana Foundation’s new, free video, “Successful Aging & Your Brain On Demand,” people will hear from top brain experts about four simple steps proven to help keep their brains sharp as they age.
Hundreds of events planned for next week’s Brain Awareness Week (March 12-18), the global campaign to promote the promise and progress of brain research, now in its 23rd year.