Atlanta, GA, January 18, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The Brain Treatment Foundation (BTF) and Steinberg Sports and Entertainment (SSE) are pleased to announce the upcoming 6th Annual Brain Health Summit at Super Bowl 53 as the premier lead-in event for the 32nd Annual Steinberg Super Bowl Party.
After the wild success of hosting the Brain Health Summit in tandem with Leigh Steinberg’s Super Bowl event the last several years, the next Summit will take the annual brain health discussion to Atlanta. This year, they proudly turn their focus to childhood development and the future of sport.
During the 32nd Annual Steinberg Super Bowl Party they will bring together the most important voices in childhood development, brain health and sport to deliberate the future of brain development in youth – particularly as it is influenced by physical activity, environmental factors such as nutrition and education, and sport.
This year, Brain Treatment Foundation’s Nicole Fisher will be joining Leigh Steinberg during the party to present two new humanitarian awards, focused on honoring organizations and individuals that are making a difference in the brain space. This year’s Brain Health Innovation Award and Impact Award will be presented during the Steinberg party in tandem with the annual Steinberg-DeNicola Humanitarian Award presentations. Honorees will be on hand to share their work and attend the festivities.
Brain Treatment Foundation was founded in 2012 with the aim of providing necessary resources and funding for those needing treatment for brain injuries. Although combat veterans are BTF’s primary partners and patients, the organization treats anyone suffering from brain injuries and post-traumatic trauma. BTF also aims to organize key stakeholders and thought leaders from throughout the brain health ecosystem - specific to TBI and other neurological disorders - to disseminate awareness of and ways to promote and improve the most holistic science, technology and education in brain health. By connecting world class researchers, scientists, industry leaders and policymakers who are actively working towards identifying and developing innovative TBI prevention and treatment opportunities, BTF hopes to disseminate and apply recommendations that will be used for education, advocacy and improve public policy.
And what better place to do so than during the biggest sporting event in America?
For the past 30+ years at venues across the country, the Steinberg Super Bowl Party has been a feature attraction of Super Bowl week. This year, the legend continues in Atlanta. The party is described as a glittering extravaganza that brings together sports, Hollywood, politics, media, NFL owners, and some of the most powerful executives and companies in the country. And this year, individuals in attendance will have the opportunity to learn from and talk with the leading neuroscientists, health advocates, military officials, medical companies and entrepreneurs to ensure education, research and treatments that improve brain health are accessible to those who need it most.
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