VIOLENCE AND GENDER Volume 1, Number 2, 2014 (C) Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. DOI: 10.1089/vio.2014.0017 PERSPECTIVE Making the Invisible Visible: New Perspectives on Brain Health Jeremy G Richman, Ph.D. and Jennifer L. Hensel, MS The brain is just another organ. Like the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and skeletal muscles, the
We are excited to introduce you to one of our new partners and a new project — Mary Ann Liebert, Inc and their new peer-reviewed, open-access scientific publication Violence and Gender. We have included below a perspective we published in their premiere issue. But before we get to that, let
Help support Team Mud For Brains! Team Mud for Brains consists of a group of 10 fun loving, challenge seeking people running the Tough Mudder at Mt. Snow Vermont on May 31st. We are running for the Avielle Foundation and to raise awareness for much needed brain health research and education.
Dear friends, This May, the Avielle Foundation joins the Child Mind Institute (CMI) and their Speak Up for Kids campaign. Below is a short editorial we wrote to promote the great work the CMI does and to speak up: The Avielle Foundation speaks up for kids because we believe our future depends
Our first Newtown and Sandy Hook event for the Avielle Foundation was held at the Foundry Kitchen in Tavern this past Monday, April 21st. Although we have been operating in an official capacity for 16 months, we felt protective of Newtown. We wanted to be certain to not burden our
The Avielle Foundation is committed to advancing brain health research to prevent violence. This is done through raising awareness of the need for this kind of research within the scientific community; advocating for increased funding for research; and most importantly, providing researchers with the much needed funding to perform research,
If you can find your way to Sandy Hook the evening of Monday, April 21st, please come and have some fun supporting the Avielle Foundation. Sign up soon – Space is limited and filling up fast ! Click here to register
This past Friday, March 21st The Avielle Foundation had the opportunity to take part in a crisis intervention training course offered in Western Massachusetts at the Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield. Dr. Jeremy Richman, CEO of the Aviell Foundation, was invited to provide a 90 minute presentation and discussion on
Brain Awareness Week (BAW) occurs each March and is an international campaign to highlight the benefits of brain research. This year BAW is March 10-16. This is a great time to educate yourself on all things brain. Organizers around the world offer lectures, activities, laboratory tours, workshops, exhibits, and more.