Eureka! GGI Garnishes 2 Grants!


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Dispatch from Dr. G….

GGI is the proud recipient of two grants:

We are excited to receive a 2012-2013 Pink House Foundation grant to bring “The Art and Neuroscience of Happiness” forum to the University of Arizona, Tucson.  Teaming up with GGI Fellow, Dr. Sheena Brown, we’ll be screening Project Happiness — a fab film produced by our comadre the luminous Randy Taran.

We’re equally thrilled to collaborate with GGI neuropsychology advisor Dr. Veronique Bohbot, the primary investigator on our collaborative 2012-2013 Molson Grant! The Molson grant enables us to offer our beta tested applied neuroscience expertise and develop “spatial memory and brain awareness training” for Canadian schools.

Both grants enable us to team up with GGI Brain Trust members and their respective universities to deliver the best in “knowledge transfer” of neuroscience and neuropsychology in educational and clinical spheres.

Thanks to all of you who keep us on our toes to deliver the best in translational neuroscience for learners, leaders and all those noble spirits who touch their lives with good deeds.


Posted on December 10th, 2012
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