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The University of Lethbridge will showcase its world-renowned neuroscience research with a number of activities surrounding Brain Awareness Week, Mar. 13-17, 2018.
“The Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience is the only research facility of its kind in Canada,” says Dr. Artur Luczak, a neuroscience researcher and professor in the CCBN. “We want the public to step inside and learn about the incredible activities that are taking place in their community. Everyone is welcome and all ages are encouraged to participate.”
The Plastic Brain: How the brain is able to adapt to blindness, amputation, deafness, and stroke
Location: Lethbridge Senior Citizen's Organization, 500 - 11th Street South, Lethbridge
FREE. Everyone welcome. Seating is limited so arrive early.
Sponsored by the Harley Hotchkiss memorial fund, the Arts and Science Dean's Office, and The Society for Neuroscience, Lethbridge Chapter.
A free lecture by Dr. Stephen G. Lomber from the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Lomber is the Canadian Research Chair in Brain Plasticity and Development and Professor of Physiology, Pharmacology, and Psychology.
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