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Special discount to watch full Summit recordings expires this Sunday

Posted Mar 14 2013 7:33am

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Each blue dot above rep­re­sents one of the 300 peo­ple reg­is­tered so far in 27 countries to watch the lat­est on neu­ro­plas­tic­ity and brain health, accessing the presentations by 40+ scientists and pioneers recorded during the 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit.

–> You can  ORDER A $15 PASS NOW  and receive two-month log-in access to all recordings. (Reg­u­lar price is $295)

You can check out the full Agenda here . And this is what participants had to say about the quality of the presentations:

The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit is a rare vehi­cle for get­ting mul­ti­ple expert per­spec­tives on cur­rent devel­op­ments in improv­ing brain func­tion in a con­cise and clear way. The Sum­mit is a valu­able resource for both experts and non-experts.  - Dr. Michael Pos­ner, Pro­fes­sor Emer­i­tus, Uni­ver­sity of Oregon

The 2012 Sharp­Brains Sum­mit was fan­tas­tic– it is clear that we are mov­ing into a new phase in study­ing human per­for­mance using big data. Our bod­ies are out­liv­ing our brains– what we need most now is evidence-driven design to develop appli­ca­tions to help our brains remain as strong as our bod­ies! — Sheryl Flynn PT, PhD, CEO, Blue Mar­ble Games

Com­ing from far-off New Zealand, the Sharp­Brains Vir­tual Sum­mit was enlight­en­ing, excit­ing, inter­ac­tive, acces­si­ble, and left me feel­ing much less iso­la­tion in my mem­ory clinic work here. I am already dis­cussing with sev­eral par­tic­i­pants how to bring this knowl­edge to our respec­tive com­mu­ni­ties. — Dr. Alli­son Lam­ont, Direc­tor, Christchurch Mem­ory Clinic

An impres­sive vir­tual con­vo­ca­tion of lead­ing sci­en­tists and devel­op­ers and adopters of cog­ni­tive enhance­ment tech­nol­ogy; it would be hard to match in a sin­gle phys­i­cal space. — Dr. Robert Bilder, Chief of Med­ical Psychology-Neuropsychology, UCLA Semel Insti­tute for Neuroscience

This was a sem­i­nal event, full of won­der­ful insights and remark­able ini­tia­tives, at a time when the brain is going main­stream.- Dr. Evian Gor­don, Exec­u­tive Chair­man, Brain Resource

Imag­ine you are sit­ting at the Acad­emy in ancient Athens. Socrates looks strait at you and says, “The unex­am­ined life is not worth liv­ing”. That is pre­cisely what hap­pened to me when I attended the 2012 Sharp­Brains Vir­tual Sum­mit. Well, Socrates did not address the Sum­mit. It was Dr. Michael Pos­ner, talk­ing to me about med­i­ta­tion and enhanc­ing the neural mech­a­nisms under­ly­ing atten­tion. It was Dr. Robert Bilder telling me about Crowd­sourc­ing Big Brain Data and the 90% Solu­tion. It was Kate Sul­li­van, shar­ing with me her expe­ri­ences on cog­ni­tive retrain­ing and reha­bil­i­ta­tion of mil­i­tary per­son­nel. These men and women and dozens of more speak­ers sub­stan­ti­ated what Socrates said. Let’s exam­ine what we can do to enhance liv­ing. —  Anony­mous

The annual Sharp­Brains Vrtual Sum­mit is a con­ve­nient and sur­pris­ingly com­pelling forum for catch­ing up on applied cog­ni­tive research from lead­ers in the field and for help­ing shape future brain health care. — Dr. Yaakov Stern, Cog­ni­tive Neu­ro­science Divi­sion Leader, Colum­bia University

The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit is unique in its impres­sive abil­ity to unite a diverse col­lec­tion of cutting-edge thinkers in a “vir­tual” con­fer­ence that is shared glob­ally with­out a hitch. I am delighted and hon­ored to have been able to par­tic­i­pate in this Sum­mit since its incep­tion. - Dr. Adam Gaz­za­ley, Direc­tor of the Neu­ro­science Imag­ing Cen­ter at UCSF

The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit pro­vides com­mon ground for prac­ti­tion­ers, sci­en­tists and indus­try lead­ers to work towards the com­mon goal of dri­ving brain health and fit­ness for­ward with a thought­ful, ana­lyt­i­cal and prac­ti­cal approach.   The vir­tual rela­tion­ships you can form through this con­fer­ence are price­less. - Kate Sul­li­van, Direc­tor of the Brain Fit­ness Cen­ter at Wal­ter Reed National Mil­i­tary Med­ical Center

The 2012 Sharp­Brains Sum­mit proved to be a highly reward­ing, enjoy­able and extremely use­ful expe­ri­ence. The hands-on information-rich work­shops are help­ing take our cur­rent efforts to the next level — Josep M Tor­mos, Research Coor­di­na­tor, Insti­tut Guttmann

The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit brings together lead­ers in all rel­e­vant cog­ni­tive fields from busi­ness to aca­d­e­mic com­mu­ni­ties, as well as pro­vid­ing a forum to address the evo­lu­tion of this emerg­ing indus­try. - Stan­ley Yang, CEO, NeuroSky

I can­not rec­om­mend the Sharp­Brains Vir­tual Sum­mit highly enough. It’s a fan­tas­tic forum for knowl­edge shar­ing in the com­plex area of brain health pro­vid­ing access and dis­cus­sion with world lead­ers in the field. — David Coleiro, Part­ner, Strate­gic North

Great exam­ple of how bring­ing sci­en­tific lead­ers and inno­va­tors together can spur thought­ful dis­cus­sion about our most vital organ – the brain. Brain sci­ence is a rapidly chang­ing field with expan­sion and devel­op­ments hap­pen­ing in small pock­ets around the world. The vir­tual sum­mit facil­i­tates the esca­la­tion of pub­lic atten­tion on brain health and informs trans­la­tion of sci­en­tific dis­cov­ery into imple­men­ta­tion. - Dr. San­dra Bond Chap­man, Direc­tor, Cen­ter for Brain­Health at The Uni­ver­sity of Texas at Dallas

The Sharp­Brains Sum­mit is a great gath­er­ing place for the ‘inside edi­tion’ of what is hap­pen­ing at the neuroscience/consumer inter­face.  - Joan Par­sons, CEO, start-up

A very time-efficient man­ner to get a state of the art update on the lat­est inno­va­tions in assess­ing and pro­mot­ing brain health, and from the com­fort of your own office. — Dr. Keith Wesnes, Prac­tice Leader, Bracket/ United BioSource Corporation

The in-depth work­shops worked extremely well. They were meatier and applied directly to the work we are doing. We were encour­aged to see the vari­ety of ways in which emerg­ing knowl­edge is being put into prac­tice. - Anony­mous

The sum­mit is a great place to learn about the lat­est devel­op­ments in tech­nol­ogy for cog­ni­tive and brain health and well­ness. Plus the water cooler chats are a very effi­cient way to con­nect with other peo­ple in the field lead­ing to some very impor­tant local, national and inter­na­tional oppor­tu­ni­ties. — Sher­rie All, PhD, Mather LifeWays

The Sharp­Brains Vir­tual Sum­mit is the sin­gle global point of con­tact for cog­ni­tive health inno­va­tors, high­light­ing the state-of-the-art themes in tech­nol­ogy, research and con­sumer demand. - Jaan Tul­viste, CEO, Cognuse

Great com­bi­na­tion of emerg­ing research with real life case stud­ies. It puts us sev­eral years ahead of what appears in more pop­u­lar pub­li­ca­tion sources and con­fer­ences. - Steve Zanon, Founder, Proac­tive Ageing

There is per­haps no bet­ter oppor­tu­nity to expand one’s mind on how to address brain-based chal­lenges that impact our com­mu­ni­ties than to attend a Sharp­Brains Sum­mit. — Dr. Peter White­house, Pro­fes­sor, Case West­ern Reserve University

A vir­tual for­mat is the best way to go …no travel no worry and no hurry.  The Sharp­Brains team has done another fan­tas­tic job, pro­duc­ing the best brain con­fer­ence avail­able today. — Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD, Pres­i­dent, Alzheimer’s Research and Pre­ven­tion Foundation

The 2012 Sharp­Brains Sum­mit was a highly effi­cient way to get a sense of where the com­plex and sprawl­ing field of brain fit­ness and cog­ni­tive enhance­ment stands, and where it is head­ing. — Jonas Jendi, VP and GM, Cogmed/ Pear­son Clin­i­cal Assessments

This sum­mit is a MUST for all those work­ing in the cognitive/brain health field — lat­est research and cur­rent appli­ca­tions make this con­fer­ence HIGHLY rel­e­vant! Amaz­ing speak­ers, and with­out any time spent on travel. — Patty Gould, Cen­ter Direc­tor, LearningRx

The vir­tual for­mat pro­vides unpar­al­leled access to knowl­edge pre­sented by a diverse cadre of pro­fes­sion­als across the filed of brain health and fit­ness. It enhanced my abil­ity to think deeply about both chal­lenges and oppor­tu­ni­ties to enhance brain health and over­all well­ness across the lifes­pan.  - Erica Boisvert, The Synapse Connection

The Sharp­Brains Vir­tual Sum­mit was a amaz­ing oppor­tu­nity to con­nect with and learn from other pro­fes­sion­als to help bridge the gap between the emerg­ing sci­ence of neu­ro­plas­tic­ity and how in prac­tice we develop young brains and minds — San­dra Heusel, Eaton Arrow­smith School

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