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RNL Georgia

Rastafa I. Geddes, PhD

 

Neuro-Trauma Research Scientist
Ruffin NeuroLab-Georgia (RNL-GA) Representative
S.T.R.E.A.M. Educator
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Experienced, biomedical preclinical research-oriented neurotrauma scientist with 16 years of higher education and 8 years of postdoctoral training/work experience with neurodegenerative diseases. Recognized areas of proficiency included, but not limited to, teaching basic and advanced skills and techniques, in the areas of neurocognition, neurosurgery, and neuropathology. Author and review board member of various peer-reviewed journals, community S.T.R.E.A.M. educator and traumatic brain injury awareness activist. Education changed my Life and will continue to transform the World for the better. My personal and professional journey in life revolves around being a positive part of this change!

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Geddes Neural Network

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Executive Summary:

Geddes Neural Network (GNN) for TBI Awareness, Neuroscience/Trauma Therapeutics, and VR/AR-Enabled Education, for THE SELF-MOTIVATED!

Introduction:
This executive summary provides an overview of Geddes Neural Network (GNN) and its mission to empower the self-motivated individuals through TBI awareness, neuroscience/trauma therapeutics, and VR/AR-enabled education. GNN aims to address the challenges faced by individuals and communities by offering specialized programs and initiatives.

Company Overview:
Geddes Neural Network (GNN) is a dedicated organization focused on TBI awareness, neuroscience/trauma therapeutics, and VR/AR-enabled education. By leveraging cutting-edge technologies and innovative approaches, GNN aims to empower individuals and promote positive change.

TBI Awareness and Education:
GNN is committed to raising awareness about Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and its impact on individuals and communities. Through educational campaigns, resources, and partnerships with healthcare professionals, GNN aims to improve prevention, early detection, and treatment of TBIs.

Neuroscience/Trauma Therapeutics Training:
GNN provides comprehensive training programs in neuroscience and trauma therapeutics. By leveraging the expertise of professionals and utilizing AI-assisted techniques, GNN equips individuals with the necessary skills to contribute to the field and improve patient outcomes.

VR/AR-Enabled Biomedical Education:
GNN integrates virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies into its educational programs. Through immersive experiences and interactive simulations, GNN enhances biomedical education, enabling individuals to develop a deeper understanding of complex concepts and practical skills.

Community Impact:
GNN's initiatives aim to make a positive impact in the following ways:

Empowering Self-Motivated Individuals: GNN attracts and supports individuals who are driven and self-motivated to make a difference in their communities, providing them with opportunities for personal growth and development.

Improved Healthcare: By increasing TBI awareness, advancing neuroscience/trauma therapeutics training, and enhancing biomedical education, GNN contributes to improved healthcare practices, leading to better patient care.

Technological Advancements: GNN's integration of VR/AR technologies in education fosters innovation and prepares individuals to embrace emerging technologies in the field, driving advancements in healthcare and biomedical research.

Conclusion:
Geddes Neural Network (GNN) is dedicated to empowering the self-motivated through TBI awareness, neuroscience/trauma therapeutics training, and VR/AR-enabled education. By raising awareness, providing specialized training, and leveraging immersive technologies, GNN strives to make a positive impact on individuals, communities, and the field of healthcare.

Contact

I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

804-575-STEM (7836)

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