2019 Brain Night for Kids at McGovern Health Museum (1515 Hermann Dr.) will be held on Thursday, March 14, 2019 Held annually, this free event is part of international “Brain Awareness Week” and packed with exciting activities for kids! Families are invited to hold a real human brain, get their faces painted, learn about reflexes and explore how the brain works.
24th Annual Neuroscience Public Forum will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Cooley University Life Center. The forum is free to the public. The annual forum is part of international “Brain Awareness Week” and is one of the largest, public neuroscience outreach events held in Houston, allowing hundreds of members of the Houston community to interact with scientists and clinicians as well as view demonstrations and displays related to brain function and health.
The Neuroscience Research Center (NRC) is a university-wide center where diverse and multidisciplinary research is conducted to further the understanding of neural and behavioral disorders.
Speaker: Henry L. Roediger, III, Ph.D.
James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences Washington University in St. Louis
“Making Learning Stick: The Science of Successful Learning”
McGovern Medical School MSB 2.006
“2019 Brain Night for KIDS”
The Health Museum, 1515 Hermann Drive
Maintaining Brain Health across the Life Span
Moderator: Thomas D. Meyer, Ph.D. – Associate Professor, Director, Psychological Intervention & Research Program On Mood Spectrum Disorders, Co‐Director, The UTHealth Brain Collection For Research In Psychiatric Disorders
Cooley University Life Center, 7440 Cambridge Street Houston, TX 77054