Allstream Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto
Tuesday October 18, 2011 | 7:30am – 5:30pm
Tickets from $350
Little is known about sex differences and the aging process, such as why 70% of all new Alzheimer’s patients are women but animal research still focuses on males….because female hormones, even in rats, are considered too complex to deal with.
Join emcee CTV News Anchor Christine Bentley, Author and CTV Health & Medical Contributor Dr. Marla Shapiro, Dragon Den’s Arlene Dickinson and an exceptional group of scientists, researchers and health care professionals reveal what is known about aging well and discover how to best boost cognitive function over the lifespan.
Learn current assumptions about women’s brain health and understand the impact of nutrition, fitness, research, menopause and technology on the aging brain. Explore approaches taken to address the questions of sex, age, and cognition, acquire best practices and discuss how to keep brain healthy as long as possible.
Featuring special guest speaker, 2-time Best Actress Academy Award winner
and women’s health advocate HILARY SWANK.
This engaging full-day conference will create a forum for leading-edge thought and understanding. Includes continental breakfast and lunch.
Sponsors and WB members are invited to an exclusive VIP cocktail reception with etalk hosts Tanya Kim & Ben Mulroney immediately following the Conference.
Proceeds support research & innovation in women’s brain health.
DAY TICKET $350
Includes continental breakfast, lunch, all activities up to & including the keynote address.
PREMIUM DAY TICKET $1,000
Includes name listing in event program book, charitable receipt for maximum allowable amount, continental breakfast, lunch, all activities up to & including the keynote address.
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