Frontiers in Neuroscience
This series of seven Thursday evening lectures features exciting presentations by some of McGill's leading neuroscientists. Learn about the brain, the mind and the neuroscience of living as we now understand it. Find out how the brain and memory changes as we age, or how the bilingual brain functions, and how remarkably emotional our brains are.
Schedule: 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. check-in and refreshments; 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. presentations and questions
This event is part of Mini-Science 2020. You must register for the full series of seven talks to attend.
All talks are in English. Check the full program here.
CANCELLED - March 19: The brain and AI
CANCELLED - March 26: The bilingual brain
CANCELLED - April 2: The brain, memory and cognitive aging
CANCELLED - April 9: The adolescent brain
CANCELLED - April 16: Memory, models and philosophy of the brain
CANCELLED - April 23: The brain and decision-making
CANCELLED - April 30: The brain and interpersonal relationships
Price: Series of seven talks: $40 (student or 65+); $80 (general). Refreshments included.
Registration on line with credit or debit card here. Registration closes 19 March 2020. Space is limited.
INFO: mini.science [at] mcgill.ca
Parking and accessibility
Limited underground parking is available at the venue with elevator access to the room. For an overview of the parking areas available on campus, including those designated for persons with disabilities, please visit the McGill Transport website.