June 15, 2016
How we age is not fixed. There are things we can do to mitigate the harsh effects that aging can have on our brains, on the way we think, understand, learn, and remember.
June 07, 2016
Professor Richard Faragher, University of Brighton, spoke at the annual Successful Ageing program titled "Live Longer, Live Well - Seize the Day!" at the Royal Society in London, England on June 7, 2016. The event was jointly organized by the European Dana Alliance for the Brain and The University of the Third Age.
May 23, 2016
"Advancements in Neuroscience & The Collaboration Between Industry, Academia, and Government" Capitol Hill Briefing on Monday, May 23, 2016.
March 30, 2016
Neuroseries event in Washington, DC, 30 March 2016: Join a scientist who leads the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a physician, and a policy maker from a jurisdiction where recreational marijuana has been legalized to address what science reveals about the effects of cannabis on the human brain and behavior, the status and evidence of its medicinal value, and what the implications are for policies that legalize the use of marijuana for medicinal and/or recreational uses.
October 27, 2015
Neuroseries event in Washington, DC, 27 Oct 2015: What are the circumstances necessary to produce a cultural environment that nurtures creativity? What is the role of epiphanies in the creative thinking process? How can science contribute to enhanced creativity?
September 30, 2015
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Neuroseries even in Washington, DC: Unlike most disabling physical illnesses, mental illness begins very early in life, with half of all lifetime cases beginning by age 14. Advances in neuroscience and related fields have produced evidence-based treatment options, but there remain serious gaps in access by those most in need across all ages. This event focused on what we know about the causes, effects and treatments of mental illness, from young children, to adolescents, to middle-age and elderly patients. Speakers: Mark S. Frankel, Nelson B. Freimer, Anne Marie Albano, and Colleen L. Barry.