Thiel cyclists on ‘Brain Campaign 2 Maine’

GREENVILLE – Nine members of the Thiel College Cycling Club departed May 9 on the 800-mile, 10-day “Brain Campaign 2 Maine.” The ride from Greenville to Bowdoin, Maine, is raising awareness for the prevalence of neurological disorders and drawing attention to Thiel College resources associated with its Department of Neuroscience. The group will present on brain health and will also conduct several service projects at various stops along the way. The trip connects three organizations with Thiel ties. Bowdoin is the home of FHC, Inc., a neuroscience research and medical device firm that serves as the umbrella corporation for Greenville Neuromodulation Services and the nonprofit Greenville Neuromodulation Center. Neuroscience students at Thiel can conduct research or participate in internships with both as a part of their studies. FHC founder and…

Link to Full Article: Thiel cyclists on ‘Brain Campaign 2 Maine’

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This