Thursday, February 8, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Dunkin Donuts Park - YG Club
1214 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06106

Concussion brain damage doesn’t just happen to former boxers and football players. Knock that idea out of your head. Surprisingly, the athletes most at risk of concussions are kids—in particular, boys playing football, girls playing lacrosse, and everyone playing soccer. But we’re not here to tell you to stop your daughters and sons from playing sports (c’mon, we’re UConn!) Instead, at the next UConn Science Salon we’ll bring our experts on athletics, medicine, and the law to discuss how the latest research on concussions is changing the landscape of youth and professional sport. Because we want to keep kids’ brains, and those of the rest of us, at the top of our games.

Join us on February 8 for a spirited discussion. Refreshments and networking begin at 6 pm, the panel discussion at 6:30 pm.

Eric Kopp '95
ProEx Physical Therapy, Co-Director of Clinical Education/Physical Therapist

Dr. Anthony Alessi
Associate Clinical Professor of Neurology and Orthopedics; Director, UConn NeuroSport Program; Adjunct Professor of Kinesiology; UConn Musculoskeletal Institute

Dr. Joanne Conover
Associate Professor, Physiology and Neurobiology

Bob Howard '88
Assistant Director of Athletics- Head Athletic Trainer

Paul A. Slager
Partner, Silver, Golub & Teitell LLP

$15 per person ticket price includes appetizers and a drink. Please RSVP by February 6, 2018. We look forward to seeing you there!

Online registration for this event is currently closed; walk-ins will be welcomed at the door. For additional information please contact Pam Chudzik via email or call the Office of Alumni Relations toll-free at (888) 822-5861.
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