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Dr. Michael Chen

The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) for The Bee Foundation provides strategic guidance and direction for the organization around research and scientific grants and programs. The SAB will play a key role in guiding and prioritizing the foundation’s diversified research investment.

The SAB is led by the chief scientific advisor who will be appointed every 2 years in October by the Board of Directors, and is comprised of leaders in neurology and similar specialties in research, clinical practice and advocacy and who have made significant contributions to advancing the field. The SAB members are committed to furthering The Bee Foundation’s mission and will each hold 2 year terms.

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