Las Vegas, NV, October 18, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Neurobiologist Alicia Kali rejoins the Ultimate Sports Network for part two of a powerful and informative, three-part discussion concerning the elimination, resolution and prevention of concussions and concussion related after effects. Ms. Kali is the CEO and Chief Scientific Officer of Panacea Biomed LLC, located in Woodbury, MN. She is also the founder of Non-Profit Purpose DRV’N, an organization dedicated to helping the less fortunate recover from concussion, PCS, MTBI as well as education, outreach, and research to lend her scientific discoveries and experience to this misunderstood area of health.
Ms. Kali’s conversation on the Ultimate Sports Network’s “Concussion Discussion” program comes at a time when the world at large is becoming increasingly aware that the dangers of concussions, and unresolved concussion effects are an epidemic to our world’s health. Through her website www.DRVNBrain.com, Ms. Kali distributes a nutraceutical “DRV’N Neuroprotection,” which delivers pre-cursors that create and abundance of neurotransmitters lost in the biochemical fallout of physical trauma to the head, and are grossly deficient in the pre-existing conditions depression, anxiety and ADD, flagged as more likely to sustain a concussion by neurosurgeon, Dr. Robert Cantu of Boston University and the Concussion Legacy Foundation. Clinical studies demonstrate that abundant neurotransmitters create new neurons, noted to be deficient in CTE by Dr. Bennett Omalu in his paper on Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. Ms. Kali, a former victim of an MTBI herself is committed to creating products designed with the sensitive person in mind, using U.S. Pharmaceutical grade ingredients, free of fillers, flow agents and allergens.
Ms. Kali, a survivor of mild traumatic brain injury and homeless for three years while suffering with MTBI, created Purpose DRV’N while preparing for the launch of her company Panacea Biomed, to help those less fortunate who suffer concussion, post-concussion syndrome (PCS), mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI).
A finalist in three categories for the 16th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business, as well as the coveted Dr. Paul Janssen award for biomedical research, Ms. Kali continues to be lauded as one of the leading members of the biomedical and business fields.
For more information concerning the work of Ms. Kali, please view www.PanaceaBiomed.com , www.DRVNBrain.com, or google Alicia Kali Wins.
The Ultimate Sports Network is committed to asking questions and finding answers to major questions in our sports world today. To view the video series with Ms. Kali, please visit the visit their website at www.UltimateSportsNetworks.com , or Ultimate Sports Networks YouTube page's "Concussion Discussion" playlist at https://bit.ly/2nTrb5B .