The International Brain Research Foundation
The Mission of the International Brain Research Foundation is a vision toward advancing cutting-edge brain discoveries for application in diagnosis and treatment. This organization is a 501(1)(3) public charity that supports leading neuroscientists and research institutions around the globe. The objective is to create, operationalize, validate, and disseminate diagnostic and treatment protocols derived from innovative, novel research and translate those protocols into clinical practice for implementation with individuals afflicted with disorders, diseases, and injuries of the brain. The IBRF has awakened 43 of 52 coma patients with this remarkable protocol that utilizes targeted neuromodulation procedures to normalize the brain's electrochemical environment to improve brain function. New protocols that the IBRF have also developed are for those who suffer from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases. This Foundation has also helped hundreds of children with autism and other neurodevelopment disorders to maximize their potential and overall level of functioning. IBRF brings a think-tank landscape to the frontier of neuroscience research, ultimately to improve the quality of life and functioning of brain impaired individuals.
Areas of Focus include:
Our Goal: $50,000 for 2011-2012
- Traumatic and Non-Traumatic Brain Injury, with special attention to Severe Disorders of Consciousness, Coma, and Stroke
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- The Aging Brain (Dementia, Alzheimer's, Memory Disorders)
- Learning and Attentional Disorders
- Developmental Brain Disorders; and Chronic and Progressive Neurological/neuropsychological Disorders
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