|Submitted by George Overmeire on Thu, 03/08/2012 - 13:06|
On Saturday July 7, 2012, the Institute for Evidence Based Cryonics and Cryonics Northwest will organize a symposium on cryonics and brain-threatening disorders in Portland, Oregon. The symposium will start at 09:00 am at the offices of Kaos Softwear. Entrance to the event is free.
This symposium is the first event of its kind in the history of cryonics and concerns one of the most important challenges facing aging cryonicists. Please register for the event on our Facebook page so we know how many attendees to expect.
The following speakers and presentations are confirmed and more speakers / activities may be added in the future:
Chana de Wolf – Neurogenesis in the Adult Brain and Alzheimer’s Disease
Aubrey de Grey, Ph.D. – Repairing the Aging Brain: The SENS Approach
Ben Best – Drugs, Supplements, and other Treatments to Mitigate and Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
Mike Perry, Ph.D. – Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease: Some Recent Progress
Max More, Ph.D. – Survival, Identity, and the Extended Mind