LightningLinks Cufflinks to Benefit Stroke and Brain Research
There’s nothing more stylish than making the world better. Jan Leslie has collaborated with 17-year old neuroscience research intern Maxwell Silverstein to develop the LightningLinks collection of men’s accessories. It’s a fashionable way to elevate awareness of stroke research and propel successful rehabilitation. For each purchase of these custom design LightningLinks light bulb cufflink set, Jan Leslie will make a donation to support neuroscience rehabilitation research at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Each pair of LightningLinks lightbulb cufflinks is crafted in 925 sterling silver and intricate enamel detailing that perfectly depicts the clever brightness of a lit lightbulb. These cufflinks are a noticeable addition to any brilliant man’s attire as well as a powerful gift for anybody who has survived or been impacted by the effects of a stroke. The cufflinks are completed with an anti-tarnish rhodium finish for long-lasting wear.
As an outgrowth of Silverstein’s stroke and brain research internship, he has designed LightningLinks and produced them in partnership with The Human Brain Physiology and Stimulation Laboratory in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins Medicine, directed by Pablo A. Celnik, MD. Proceeds from the sales of LightningLinks will be donated to support the lab’s cutting edge research. In addition to funding studies, these proceeds from the sales of LightningLinks will be used for outreach to light up awareness and to sponsor community educational events such as facility tours and education about the signs of a stroke.