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Brain Health Nexus

One Brain. 

One System.

One Mission.

The pandemic has put a spotlight on brain health.

The growing mental health consequences of the pandemic have spotlighted a need for a renewed emphasis on brain health. The stress and psychological trauma wrought by COVID-19 is just the tip of the iceberg of the public health crisis that brain diseases as a whole represent for our societies. Just as the world came together to drive vaccine development, we must forge a new collaborative community that will collectively recognize the need to prioritize brain health according to its societal burden and take bold action to effect meaningful change.

Brain Health Nexus Goals

  • Setting goals that transform the paradigm from focus on disease to brain health

  • Establishing a roadmap that unleashes the potential of science & technology for solutions

  • Sparking partner and funder engagement to execute the roadmap

A Global Call to Action

For many brain diseases, there aren’t enough objective diagnostics and precision therapeutics available.

In the current research landscape, each brain disease is addressed separately. But these diseases do not exist in isolation. This is the moment for us to recognize the need for coordinated action in response to this public health crisis. It will take one interconnected community to break down barriers and borders, share data and insights, and bridge capital and opportunity.

The Brain Health Nexus

The mission is bigger than one researcher, one organization or one country.

The Nexus will convene world leaders in brain health policy, patient advocacy, clinical care models, research and innovation to design and launch a science and technology roadmap for collective action to combat the growing global burden of brain disease.

Finding solutions begins here, together.

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Special Guest Speaker & Artist Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams, a Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, designer and television host, joins us at Brain Health Nexus. Ms. Williams will discuss her new memoir, Checking In: How Getting Real About Depression Saved My Life–and Can Save Yours, and will share a musical performance.

Important Announcement - Summit Postponed

Regretfully, due to the rapid spread of the Covid-19 Omicron variant, we have decided to postpone Brain Health Nexus (previously scheduled for February 2022) to October 18-19, 2022. 

We apologize for this inconvenience, but our first and foremost concern is the health and safety of our participants.

Share Your Ideas - Complete a Quick Survey

This survey aims to gather insights on the common challenges and opportunities impacting efforts to advance the brain health field.

Responses will help to inform the development of a white paper to be developed by the Brain Health Nexus Founding Steering Committee.