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Saturday, June 13
4 p.m.

Neuroplasticity: The Adaptable Brain

Did you know that the brain can learn to adapt, develop and create throughout a person’s life? That’s neuroplasticity.

Does everyone’s brain engage in neuroplasticity? What do researchers know? And are there any limits? Can you really teach an older brain new tricks?

Join research experts for a fascinating online discussion about how our brains adapt throughout the span of life, from childhood to adulthood to our senior years.   

Click here to join the online conversation.

Click here to register through Eventbrite (registration not required to attend).

Dan Riskin

Moderated by

Dan Riskin, PhD
Evolutionary biologist, former TV co-host of Daily Planet

With panellists:

Jennifer Crosbie, PhD, C. Psych., Clinician Scientist, Psychologist at Sick Kids Research Institute

Allison Sekuler, PhD, Vice President of Research at Baycrest Health Sciences and Sandra A. Rotman Chair, in Cognitive Neuroscience

Jed Meltzer, PhD, Neurorehabilitation Scientist at Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences

 

 


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