Behavioral Neuroscience faculty share their expertise with the community in Neuroscience on Tap series

Submitted by gallagm7 on Mon, 09/12/2016 - 1:24pm

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. 
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