Neurosciences & Mental Health Mini-Symposia Series – Nov 30th

Neurosciences & Mental Health Mini-Symposia Series Presents:   How to Make A Memory   Fear Extinction by Amygdala Reward Neurons, and Serial Order Code of Episodic Events in the Hippocampus   Dr Susumu Tonegawa, Picower Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Massachusetts Institute of Technology   Retinoic acid receptor signaling in synaptic plasticity and Hebbian leaning   Dr Lu Chen, Professor of Neurosurgery and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University   Memory formation in the absence of sensory experience   Dr Paul Frankland, Senior Scientist, The Hospital for Sick Children   Opening Windows of Opportunity to Modify Human Memory Dr […]

Research study recognized as 2 IPE Learning Activities

Interested in participating in a study? Consider participating in the Teaching and Assessing for Critical Reflection Study. Participating in the study involves two sessions – the first takes ~ 3 hours and the second, one week later, ~ 45 minutes. Because the sessions will take place around 4pm, pizza dinner will be provided. Participation in this study will be recognized as 2 IPE Learning Activities, as it will expose you to different health professions learners and realistic older adult homecare practice scenarios. Additionally, to thank you for your time, you will receive a gift card. If you are interested in […]