QuesGen CEO, Mike Jarrett to Speak at the Lead-In Summit for the Leigh Steinberg’s 29th Annual Super Bowl Party in San Francisco, CA

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Leigh Steinberg’s 29th Annual Super Bowl Party hosted by the Global Brain Health Coalition (GBHC) on February 6, 2016 in San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Bay Area’s QuesGen System’s CEO Mike Jarrett to be included on a panel of experts presenting at the 3rd Annual Super Bowl Brain Health Summit. The premier lead-in summit for the Leigh Steinberg’s 29th Annual Super Bowl Party hosted by the Global Brain Health Coalition (GBHC) on February 6, 2016 will be held at the Metreon in San Francisco, CA

The Global Brain Health Coalition, formerly known as the Coalition for Concussion Treatment (#C4CT), was founded in 2012 with the mission to become the leading global voice for brain health awareness and empowerment by converging science, clinical research and impact.

For the past 29 years at venues across the country, the Leigh Steinberg Super Bowl Party has been one of the feature attractions leading up to Super Sunday. This year, the legend continues in San Francisco - The party is described as a glittering extravaganza that brings together sports, Hollywood, politics, media, NFL owners, and some of the most powerful executives and companies in the country.
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QuesGen Systems, Inc. (http://www.quesgen.com) provides data management and study resources to organizations, with the primary focus on TBI and brain health. QuesGen is working with Track-TBI (11 medical centers across the US), CENTER-TBI (72 centers across Europe), CENTER-TBI/China (40 centers in China), CARE (Prospective TBI study in 30,000 college athletes) and many others.

For more information about QuesGen Systems, please contact Barbara Maley, 650-727-0611; email: barbara(dot)maley(at)quesgen(dot)com

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