Newt talks with Deborah Westphal, Adithya Gopinath, Vijaya Kolachalama, about the work the Karen Toffler Charitable Trust is doing to help fund neurological medical research breakthroughs.
The Toffler’s were perhaps best-known for their innovative books, “Future Shock” and “The Third Wave.” Alvin and Heidi Toffler had a daughter, Karen, who died in 2000 at the age of 46 after more than a decade of suffering from Guillain-Barré Syndrome. After her death, the Toffler’s established the Karen Toffler Charitable Trust, to help fund neurological medical research breakthroughs. Newt’s guests are: Deborah Westphal, Executive Advisor of the Karen Toffler Charitable Trust, and two of the Trust’s Toffler Scholars and grant recipients; Adithya Gopinath, Postdoctoral Neuroscience, University of Florida and Vijaya Kolachalama, Associate Professor, Boston University.
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