BNAC Advisory Council Member, Marc “Wheelchairkamikaze” Stecker receives Service Award at Brains & Gains Event Saturday, 10/20/12

University at Buffalo’s Center for Tomorrow was filled with two hundred people on Saturday morning to learn from neurology specialists about what’s new in neurological research and treatments for aging, autism, brain imaging, epilepsy in children, multiple sclerosis, hot flashes, and  Parkinson’s disease.
Marc Stecker, a member of the Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center’s Advisory Council, was recognized for the important role he plays through his blog in educating people with MS about this progressive disease.  Often, he is able to inject a dose of much-needed humor.  www.wheelchairkamikaze.com

Dr. Gil Wolfe, Dr. Robert Zivadinov, and Dean Michael Cain

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