the educational and research arm of the advanced neuroscience institute
“shaped a little like a loaf of french country bread, our brain is a crowded chemistry lab, bustling with nonstop neural conversations.” — Diane Ackerman
Providing patients, the pubic and professionals a better understanding of neuroscience through education.
Principal goals at NeuroNexus are:
The NeuroNexus facility provides a conference area for research work, a public forum for presentations on neuroscience topic, and specialized information on neurological disorders. Mentoring and docent services are available through the organization.
Our staff has offered CME course credit courses, hosted professional roundtables and webinars, and focused on “floating all the boats” in the community and region through education of the public and medical professionals on neurological disease.
Our current efforts focus on producing resources for lesson plans in neurosciences, enhancing recruitment to medical research trials, and obtaining a regular schedule of educational events in our center and across the seven-state area our associated medical practice, Advanced neurosciences Institute serves.
Our board members are proud to be active in all levels of outreach and development of educational programs and clinical research. We also strive to develop strong partnerships with organizations in education, workforce development, non-profit organizations that serve medical and research needs, and local and state government.