Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine will host the first Brain Bolt 5K run/walk on October 11 at Marian University in Indianapolis. All proceeds will support the Brain Aneurysm Foundation and the Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell.
“One of the goals of this inaugural event is to bring together patients, community members, and our Goodman Campbell team in the spirit of fostering awareness and celebrating those impacted by brain aneurysms,” said Nicholas M. Barbaro, MD, chairman of the Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell.
The Brain Aneurysm Foundation is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization solely dedicated to increasing awareness, education, support, and research funding to reduce the incidence of brain aneurysm ruptures. The Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell is dedicated to advancing the health of adults and children with neurosurgical disorders by providing superior care in a state-of-the-art environment of healing, teaching, and discovery. Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine has been a national leader in the number of aneurysm patients cared for annually. Together these foundations continue to fight the devastation caused by brain aneurysms and save lives right here in our community.
The Brain Bolt 5K kicks off at 9:00am at Marian University located at 3200 Cold Spring Road. A children’s race will be held immediately following the 5K. Race packet pickup begins at 8:00am.
Registration for the event is $30 before September 27 and includes a t-shirt (adult sizes). After September 27, registration is $35. All children 12 years old and younger are free. To register, visit www.BrainBolt5K.com. For more information, contact BrainBolt5K@goodmancampbell.com.
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