How Your Brain Works and What to do When it Doesn't

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Stephanie Ramsey – Brain Injury Association of Ohio

Learn why the silent disability of brain injury will become the third largest global health challenge by 2020… and the opportunities this presents for P&G.

Raymond Lynch, PhD – P&G R&D GLIC, Europe

A head-on collision left Raymond with debilitating spine and brain injuries. Through determination, he turned his life around. With P&G’s support, he consults with the UK Government and London-area hospitals on brain injury.

Laura Ngwenya MD, PhD – Assistant Professor in Neurosurgery University of Cincinnati

Dr. Ngwenya will present ‘The neurology of a brain injury’ and detail why very few people survive and recover from such a traumatic experience.

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Brain Injury Touchpoint (BITP) is a registered charity in England and Wales: Charity number 1189715

Brain Injury Touchpoint does not provide medical advice. The charity website offers a platform for other brain injury survivors to share their experiences, offers information from reliable sources, advice to brain injury survivors and signposts links to other relevant organisations and companies. BITP is grateful for the continuing support of Procter & Gamble but retains a separate identity and is completely independent from Procter & Gamble in its decision making.

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