FiRe 2010 to Spotlight NeuroRepair’s Cutting Edge Brain Repair Technology


Strategic News Service is proud to announce that NeuroRepair Inc. has been selected as a 2010 FiReStarter company, to be featured at its annual Future in Review technology conference. FiReStarter companies are selected based on their potential to bring positive change to the world, and are showcased during the conference, both at an exclusive investor reception and in panels throughout the conference.

NeuroRepair Inc., in cooperation with researchers at the University of California-Irvine School of Medicine, has developed what is likely the world’s most advanced technology for repair of neurological damage, an endeavor heretofore generally thought hopeless. NeuroRepair has a highly effective, non-invasive procedure that stimulates a massive proliferation, migration, and differentiation of new neural cells that can replace those lost to stroke, injury, or disease. NeuroRepair is the sole owner of this intellectual property and has several pending patent applications. The company has no outside shareholders or investors and no debt. Its research has been privately funded by the founder.

“We are delighted and grateful that Mark Anderson has chosen Neurorepair as a 2010 FireStarter Company, and we look forward to attending the FiRe Conference in May,” said Matthew Klipstein, Founder and CEO of NeuroRepair, and scheduled speaker at FiRe 2010.

Future in Review is an annual gathering of world-class thought leaders in technology and economics. Now in its eighth year, Future in Review 2010 will take place May 11-14th at the beautiful Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes, California. The Economist has called FiRe “The best technology conference in the world.” This year’s FiRe will feature keynote speaker Nathan Lewis, George L. Argyros Professor of Chemistry, California Institute of Technology, on the key issue of “Scaling Alternative Energies.”

“NeuroRepair is on the verge of manufacturing magic. Their results, if repeated in human trials, will revolutionize how we understand and treat strokes, one of the major killers of the modern age. If successful, this will be one of the great medical stories of all time,” said Mark Anderson, FiRe Chair and SNS CEO.

Other speakers at FiRe 2010 will include Ray Ozzie, Chief Software Architect, Microsoft; Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO, NVIDIA; Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm; Steve Squyres, Principal Investigator of the Mars Exploration Rover Mission (MER) and Goldwin Smith Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University, on “Finding Life on Mars”; John Cramer, Science Fiction Author and Professor Emeritus, Physics, University of Washington on “Quantum Time Reversal”; John Delaney, Professor of Oceanography and Jerome M. Paros Endowed Chair in Sensor Networks and Director, Regional Scale Nodes Program, University of Washington, on building the world’s first broadband ocean-floor remote sensing network; and many more.

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