Friday, August 31, 2007

Neuroscience Institute of the Pacific to announce Hawaii plans

Photo: Keoni Devereaux, Ph.D, will serve as Chief Administrator

Principals of the newly established Neuroscience Institute of the Pacific will be at the State Capitol on Tuesday to unveil their Hawaii plans to the Legislature. The work of the Institute is to enhance the level of neurology clinical care for patients with multiple sclerosis, dementias, and other neurological conditions, and to provide access to clinical research trials to the people of Hawaii. Dr. James Pierce, M.D., will serve as the Institute's Medical Director and is currently a practicing neurologist at Queens Medical Center. Dr. Daniel Bandari, M.D., also a neurologist, will be the Co-Medical Director.

Where & When: State Capitol, Room 329 - Tuesday, Sept. 4th at 9:30 a.m.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm very interested in the subject or neuroscience. Is the public invited to this or is it just for legislators?

House Blog said...

The presentation is for legislators but is open to the public.

Anonymous said...

Aloha,

I am in the field of research. It's about time that we have this type of resources in Hawaii. This is a wonderful venture and we should all support the institute and it's mission.