Cryonics and Brain-Threatening Disorders Symposium schedule published
The schedule for the upcoming Portland Cryonics and Brain-Threatening Disorders Symposium has been published.
On July 7, 2012 a number of high-profile and upcoming speakers in the cryonics and life extension community will talk about identity-destroying brain disorders and how diseases like Alzheimer’s can frustrate the objectives of the most ambitious life extentionists. Topics that will be discussed include the pathophysiology of Alzheimer’s, emerging early-diagnosis technologies, neurogenesis in adults, repairing the aging brain, and legal options for people diagnosed with a brain-destroying disease.
Entrance to the symposium is free.
Other activities during this weekend will be announced soon.