At Brain Health Alliance,
we join together to collaborate as an alliance of individuals and organizations networking to build bridges for better brain health.
We welcome the participation of anybody concerned about brain health whether your interest is personal or professional.
We hope you will join us and contribute to our work as members of the Brain Health Alliance,
a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
Thanks for participating in the Brain Health Alliance!
Brain Health Alliance was incorporated in 2007 as a not-for-profit corporation in the State of California,
and obtained approval for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status with TIN 26-1350615 from
the US IRS and CA FTB per federal and state tax codes.
Our purposes and activities:
to promote and provide education and research in support of maintaining and improving brain health and fitness,
preventing and curing brain diseases and disorders, for the benefit of the general public;
to develop and support software applications and services, collectively called BrainWatch,
as a knowledge engineering framework and workbench for pharmacogenomic molecular imaging and functional imaging of the brain,
to maintain a web site at www.BrainHealthAlliance.org as an
online center for information about our activities at Brain Health Alliance in support of brain health and the fight against neurodegenerative disorders and dementias;
to maintain a web site at www.BHAVI.us
as the online home for our educational research programs at the Brain Health Alliance Virtual Institute for brain imaging and computing sciences;
to maintain a web site at www.BrainiacsJournal.org
as the online open access repository for the Brainiacs Journal of Brain Imaging and Computing Sciences;
to conduct and manage clinical trials, such as our EPSMS Study,
in support of brain health and the fight against neurodegenerative disorders and dementias;
to address and discuss medical, scientific, technological, educational, financial, legal, and public health issues and concerns
common to all brain diseases and disorders;
to support adoption of quality standards for the use of new technologies, such as functional brain imaging and informatics, during their
emergence and transition from basic research and development to routine clinical practice.