Run/Walk for Brain Research Gets You Moving Along Seattle's Waterfront

March 11, 2009

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Join your colleagues at the Annual Meeting for the 2009 Run/Walk for Brain Research. The shoe rubber meets the road on Tuesday, April 28, starting at 6:30 a.m. for a 5k run or mile-long walk along the beautiful Seattle waterfront. Proceeds support Clinical Research Training Fellowships in neurology.

For the first time, runners and walkers can use a special area on AAN.com to create a personal page and promote their participation in the event and track contribution pledges. Enlist your family, friends, and colleagues to sponsor your run or walk for a flat donation. The more sponsors you recruit, the more money will be raised for research.

The runner with the most donations raised will receive free registration for the 2010 AAN Annual Meeting in Toronto. Special prizes will be awarded to the best male and female runners.

What better way to maintain your training regimen, help trainees in neuroscience research cross the finish line, and speed the timing of cures and treatments for your patients?

Register for the Run/Walk for Brain Research today.

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