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New Year's Resolutions for Your Cognitive Health Salon with Ed Park, PhD

Updated: Jan 24

Edward Park is the founder of NeuroReserve, a preventive health and nutrition company focused on healthy brain aging.  Ed's background spans over 15 years in the fields of nutritional therapeutics, biopharmaceuticals and medical devices.  Most importantly, Ed’s father struggled with dementia and Parkinson’s disease for almost two decades before passing away.  The impact of this experience on him and his family motivated him toward the field of brain health, where he realized the powerful role nutrition and dietary patterns can play in reducing the risk of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative conditions. 


Ed often speaks on the topic of healthy brain aging and nutrition through podcasts, adult active living communities, corporate wellness, and talk radio – including Medium, the Travis Macy Show, MIT Business Showcase, Life Time Fitness, All About Parkinson’s, and our favorite, SOUL Food Salon!  Ed holds a PhD in chemical and biomolecular engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he was a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow.  He also holds an MS and MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  He is a board member of Alzheimer’s caregiver respite fund Mind What Matters and board advisor at the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship. 


Ed lives in Summerlin, Nevada with his wife Jenn and three children, where he swims, runs, and coaches youth ice hockey.


Contact Information:

Instagram @neuroreserve / Facebook @neuroreserve

At the salon:

At this salon Ed taught us about the uniqueness of brain and cognitive health, its relationship to Blue Zones, and neuroprotective dietary patterns.  We then dove deeply into specific nutrients beneficial for long-term brain function and preventive health, and covered the latest in Alzheimer’s medications and what to expect about the future of dementia prevention and treatment – and the importance of cognitive testing.

Elli Kaplan, co-founder of Neurotrack a digital screening test to help with early detection of dementia's shared more about the importance of early screening.

Click here to view the salon presentation.

Click here to view the salon video.

Elli Kaplan from Neurotrack also spoke about cognitive brain testing and the importance of this modality for early detection of cognitive impairment.

Check out their website here.

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