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Chattanooga Motorcar Festival: “Unlock My Brain” - For Neuroscience

Unlock My Brain banner for Chattanooga Motorcar Festival.
Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

The cars and car connoisseurs and families who gather for the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival have a chance to benefit a cause: neuroscience research.

“Unlock My Brain” is a fundraiser for that cause at the Festival - on Saturday evening, October 14th in the streets of Chattanooga’s West Village.

Dr. Thomas Devlin is medical director of the CHI Memorial Neuroscience Institute - and co-director of the Common Spirit National Neuroscience Collaborative.

Dr. Thomas Devlin
CHI Memorial
Dr. Thomas Devlin

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