Media Advisory

--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- GE (NYSE: GE):

What:

  On Monday, March 11, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt will unveil details of a new initiative to study concussions and improve player safety through a research and innovation program.
 
A medical panel will immediately follow discussing the need for research and its impact on healthcare, sports and society as a whole.
 

Who:

Jeff Immelt, Chairman and CEO, GE
Roger Goodell, Commissioner, NFL
Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, Surgeon General of the Army and Commanding General of the United States Army Medical Command
Sue Siegel, CEO healthymagination, GE
Richard Hausmann, President and CEO, MR, GE Healthcare
Dr. Geoffrey Manley, UCSF
Dr. Russell Lonser, member, NFL Head, Neck and Spine Committee/Chair, Department of Neurological Surgery, Ohio State University
Mark Emmert, president, NCAA
Charlotte Anderson, Dallas Cowboys and Chair, NFL Foundation
Woody Johnson, New York Jets
Robert Kraft, New England Patriots
John Mara, New York Giants
Rich McKay, Atlanta Falcons and Chair, NFL Competition Committee
Dr. John York, San Francisco 49ers and Chair, NFL Health & Safety Advisory Committee
 

When:

Monday, March 11, 2013 1:00 -2:00 p.m. ET
 

Where:

GE
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 52nd Floor
New York, NY 10112

If you are interested in attending the event, please email megan.parker@ge.com




GE
Media:
Megan Parker, 646-682-5605
megan.parker@ge.com
or
Brian McCarthy, 212-450-2069
Brian.McCarthy@NFL.com

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