Neuroscience Events

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There are many neuroscience events taking place at our hospitals and other locations. Take a look at what’s coming and some of the successful events that have taken place since the last edition of Neuro News. 

Coming Soon:

January 28
Black & Red
6 p.m. to midnight
The Bushnell, Hartford, CT
Proceeds to benefit the Hartford HealthCare Neuroscience Institute at Hartford Hospital
Performance by Fitz & The Tantrums in Mortensen Hall
For more information, click here.

Past events:

American Parkinson’s 2016 Optimism Walks

The American Parkinson Disease Association is the country’s largest Parkinson’s grassroots organization with a unique dual purpose to Ease the Burden – Find the Cure.The American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) 2016 Optimism Walks are key fundraisers for the Connecticut chapter of the APDA. Hartford HealthCare was a sponsor to help further promote the Neuroscience Institute Movement Disorders Center.  We had two great walks in Connecticut in October one at Westport Optimism Walk on Oct 1 as well as the West Hartford Optimism Walk on Oct 29.  Hartford Health Care had a wonderful presence and a strong showing with a team of walkers at the Optimism Walks.

Optimism Walks- Westport

Optimism Walks- West Hartford

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