Behavioral Neuroscience faculty share their expertise with the community in Neuroscience on Tap series
Faculty from Western's Behavioral Neuroscience Program regularly hold community roundtable discussions on topics related to brain science. For the first time in 2015-16,faculty members from Communication Sciences and Disorders collaborated with Behavioral Neuroscience in the events.
The talks, called "Neuroscience on Tap: Bring Your Own Brain," were held at Club Glow in Bellingham in 2015-16. Topics included:
- "Talking about Aphasia," by Associate Psychology Professor McNeel Jantzen and Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders Kelli Evans.
- "Why don't we have better drugs for brain diseases?" by Assistant Psychology Professor Jeff Carroll.
- "Life after concussion: Return to play and learning," by Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders Michael Fraas and Associate Professor of Psychology Kelly Jantzen.