Jonathan Rosand MD, MSCProfessor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School; Co-Founder and Managing Co-Director, Henry and Allison McCance Center for Brain Health, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
Jonathan Rosand is Professor of Neurology at Harvard and Associate Member of the Broad Institute. At Mass General, he holds the J. P. Kistler Endowed Chair in Neurology, and serves as Managing Co-Director of the McCance Center for Brain Health and former Chief of Neurocritical Care. Dr. Rosand established the McCance Center with colleagues in neuroscience and psychiatry. The Center’s mission is to transform brain care through prevention of dementia, stroke, and depression. Its four core activities are: 1) Developing tools to motivate choices that reduce risk of brain disease across the lifespan, 2) Conducting clinical trials of low-cost, low-risk drugs to prevent neurodegeneration, 3) Developing markers for routine monitoring of brain health, and 4) Assembling an international network of outstanding centers committed to a joint goal of reducing new cases of dementia, stroke and depression by 10% in ten years and 30% by 2050.