Wednesday, April 6

Commitment to Cures 2022

An inspiring evening that supports and celebrates breakthroughs in brain disease research. 

A Night To Remember

Don’t Miss This Amazing Event

Join us in-person or virtually for our annual Commitment to Cures gala. Get ready to hear from special guests, listen to extraordinary stories from people living with brain disease, learn about our latest studies, and more!

PUBLIC LEADERSHIP IN NEUROLOGY AWARD

Seth Rogen & Lauren Miller Rogen

Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen are supporting families dealing with dementia, educating young people about living a brain-healthy life, and inspiring the next generation of Alzheimer’s advocates and researchers. Through their organization Hilarity for Charity, they have used comedy to raise more than $15 million, reaching 260,000 people with grants, events and social media, and providing 350,000 hours of in-home relief as respite for dementia caregivers.

Ambassador Award

Susannah Cahalan

In 2012 journalist Susannah Cahalan published the New York Times bestselling memoir, Brain on Fire, which chronicles her hospitalization, diagnosis, and recovery from anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis. The memoir, a subsequent feature film, and Cahalan’s continuing advocacy have elevated public awareness of neuroinflammation, brain disease, the need for research, and the patient experience.

Scientific Breakthrough Award

Dr. Stephen L. Hauser

Professor Hauser’s research has advanced our understanding of the genetic basis, immune mechanisms, and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). His work led to the development of B cell therapies for MS patients, representing a powerful new approach for relapsing forms of the disease. His 40+ year, career-long commitment has changed the landscape of treatment for what has been, until now, a relentlessly progressive form of MS.

For more information about Commitment to Cures, email events@americanbrainfoundation.org.