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By CereScan

Rick Fort, President and COO of CereScan, was interviewed by W3W3’s Larry Nelson about CereScan’s state of the art technology, and focus to assist elderly people having memory problems or who feel like they're not solving problems as well as they used to. They also discussed the launching of a study to work with veterans who have been exposed to numerous concussive events. The study will look at a specific treatment for TBI, [Traumatic Brain Injury]. The symptoms of TBI are varied. Rick mentioned, “We are also looking at a study of Alzheimer's patients. CereScan will do a pre-treatment scan and then a post treatment scan. What our scans are measuring are organic changes in the brain, following treatment.” To hear the entire interview, please click on this link: INTERVIEW


 

By CereScan

The Tug McGraw Foundation is partnering with CereScan Corp. of Denver, CO, and other leading organizations to seek new and more efficient identification of and treatment for invisible wounds such as Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI). This project will address mTBI identification and treatment.

 

By CereScan

Denver, CO - Dr.  Bruce Perry, a senior fellow at the ChildTrauma Academy in Houston, has used  brain-scanning technology, including imaging produced by the Denver clinic  CereScan, as part of a broad treatment designed to determine not just what's  wrong with a traumatized child in complex cases but also how best to try to  repair the damage.

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9/17/2012 - KDVR 31 - They’re some of the most dangerous wounds a soldier can suffer – and they can’t even be seen with the naked eye.  Brain injuries are destroying the lives of service members coming back from the battlefield.  Now a Denver clinic is doing its part to help.




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By CereScan

With the recent suicide of future NFL Hall of Famer Junior Seau, people seem to be asking a lot of questions such as: Why did this happen? How could no one have seen this coming? Who is next? And how do we prevent this from happening again? All good questions, though in a world where knowledge is power, maybe a better question is: Who can players, parents, coaches, and doctors turn to get an unbiased, objective analysis of brain injuries? Enter CereScan's Brain Injury Center of Excellence in Denver, CO; a functional brain imaging company who is nationally recognized for helping people from all over the world, with an unmatched level of diagnostics and care for their brain injuries.

By CereScan

Back-to-back summits and brain scans to completment high altitude neurological studies

This May, local mountaineer Mike Moniz successfully summited Mount Everest (29,029 feet) and Lhotse (27,940 feet) only 24 hours apart. After consecutively climbing the worlds tallest and fourth-tallest mountains with the International Mountain Guide (IMG) Classic team, Moniz headed for home with an extremely rare condition. Extreme for his plan to gather millions of data points from the highest peaks on earth, and rare because he plans to keep all the data in his head.

By CereScan

If you don’t know where the starting point is, how can you determine the end? Baseline concussion analysis is certainly the buzz in sports communities among players, parents, coaches and schools. One company, CereScan, has a way to capture brain imagery scans, which indicate to attending physicians how to treat the patient.

 

By CereScan

Denver, CO  February 8, 2012 – CereScan’s vice chairman of the board of directors, John Q. Adams Sr., was interviewed by the New York Times regarding his many successes in investing and building very successful companies in the pharmaceutical industry.

In 1997, John Q. Adams Sr. had the opportunity to buy back the assets of his former drug company, Adams Laboratories. Six years earlier he had sold it to Medeva, a British drug manufacturer, for $100 million. He negotiated to buy the manufacturing plant and rehire the management team and the drug developers for a mere $3.5 million.

By CereScan

Mike Moniz is a corporate CEO and avid climber who has set many records for mountaineering. Mike will be climbing Everest Lhotse and Cho Oyu tis spring - all in one push. To evaluate the effects of high altitude on his brain Mike will have SPECT brain scans done before and after.

By CereScan

Chris Younger, Capital Value Associations, interviews John on a number of leadership and business ethics topics. Listen to the discussion on the W3W3 website.

By CereScan

Doug and Jeb Putzier, former NFL football star discuss the issues related to living with concussions.

Doug Stephan's Good Day Show highlights sports concussions
David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM discusses the impact of sports concussions.


Doug Stephan's Good Day Show highlights Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM discusses Alzheimers' Disease and Parkinson's Disease.

By CereScan

CereScan CEO John Kelley joins Steve Forbes (Chairman of Forbes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine) and "Colorado's most influential business leaders" as a speaker at the 9th Annual Rocky Mountain Corporate Growth Conference.

By CereScan

ColoradoBiz magazine featured CereScan CEO John Kelley as an expert in the venture capital market in its "Getting The Deal Wheel Rolling" article.

By CereScan

CereScan medical advisor named one of 2011's most influential doctors
Dr. Arlen D. Meyers was named as one of the most influential physician executives of 2011. Meyers is a professor at the University of Colorado Denver and founding chief executive of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs.

Network TV show “The Doctors” featuring Sanjay Gupta showcases CereScan’s diagnostic brain images
CereScan diagnostic images we used by Sanjay Gupta on The Doctors show to illustrate how SPECT scan technology can provide a unique insight to what is happening in the brain when we age.

CereScan Deploys Circadence WARP WAN Optimization Solutions
Circadence Corporation, the global leader in the development of innovative enterprise performance technologies, announced today that CereScan, a Denver-based brain imaging company focused on brain disorders and traumatic injuries, selected Circadence’s WARP WAN Optimization to deliver ultra-secure, high speed transfers of its high definition functional brain images between its imaging centers, reading physicians and the company’s data center in Denver.

America’s Greatest Ethical Generation, by CereScan CEO John Kelley
CereScan CEO John Kelley delivers Heidelberg University 2010 Commencement Speech:The ethics that we count on to raise our families and run our government, businesses, universities and communities.

Denver Post interviews CereScan CEO John Kelley
Describes how Functional Brain Imaging helps NFL Athletes, Soldiers, Alzheimer's victims and others.

Jeb Putzier quoted in Idaho Statesman
Former Denver Bronco standout and CereScan consultant Jeb Putzier adds insight to Proposed Idaho law taking aim at youth concussions.

CereScan Medical Board Advisor wins Fulbright - Denver Post
Dr. Arlen Meyers Selected for Fulbright Specialists Award.
CereScan advisor will spend the summer at Kings College in London studying bioscience business development.

CereScan profiled in the January issue of the Denver Business Journal
In the January 15-21 issue of the Denver Business Journal, CereScan was featured in a profile about the company and its prospects and plans for the future.

CereScan CEO John Kelly discusses the role of brain scanning in treating brain disorders on the Doug Stephan show
CereScan CEO John Kelly was a guest on Doug Stephan's national syndicated radio show.to discuss the valuable role CereScan's SPECT brain imaging plays in the treatment of a variety of brain disorders.

Former Bronco Jeb Putzier discusses the NFL's increased attention on sports related concussions
Former Denver Broncos tight end Jeb Putzier was the guest on the Denver Broncos pre game radio show to discuss the NFL's increased focus on concussions.

Former Bronco Jeb Putzier helps tackle the Concussion Conundrum
Former Bronco Jeb Putzier shared his personal experience with sports related concussions and what he is doing to help combat this growing problem with Chris Tanaka of KDVR Fox 31 News.


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Press Releases


By CereScan

The Rocky Mountain Region’s first DaTscan Imaging Center of Excellence, CereScan, is helping movement disorders doctors differentiate Essential Tremor from Parkinsonian Syndromes. Using DaTscan, CereScan provides doctors with imaging results that substantiate or negate the existence of Parkinsonian Syndromes in their patients.

By CereScan

GE Healthcare's DaTscan Can Help Give Doctors and Patients a Clearer Picture of Parkinson's and Parkinson's Syndrome

By CereScan

CereScan wins 2010 WebAward from the Web Marketing Association for “Outstanding Achievement in Web Development: Medical Standard of Excellence.”

By CereScan

A certified forensic medical brain injury specialist, Dr. Hipskind’s patients will now receive high definition brain imaging at CereScan. Hipskind will interpret scans for referring physicians, clinicians and attorneys

By CereScan

Smith is the former Vice President of Consumer Markets for Qwest Communications. He brings 28 years of experience in the telecommunications and directory publishing industries, including operations, sales, marketing and public policy.

By CereScan

Heidelberg awards honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree and tabs CereScan CEO Kelley to deliver May 8 commencement address on personal ethics

By CereScan

CereScan advisor will spend the summer at Kings College in London studying bioscience business development

By CereScan

CereScan will present the results of scans conducted on current and former NFL players

By CereScan

Circadence’s WARP Optimization Platform Accelerates Ultra-Secure Transfer of High Definition Brain Images

By CereScan

High definition brain imaging company hires Putzier to help raise awareness about the long-term dangers of sports concussions; CereScan plans outreach to NFL players, high school and college athletes, families, coaches and physicians.

By CereScan

Denver brain imaging center, CereScan,  names Robert B. Rothermel and Richard C. Williams to its board of directors, and adds Dr. Arlen Meyers and Robert L. Connelly to its board of advisors.

By CereScan

Denver brain imaging center, CereScan, holds Oct. 23 open house educational program featuring medical experts and former Broncos tight end Jeb Putzier.


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