BrainTalks is a series of talks designed to invite you to consider emerging research about the brain. Researchers studying the brain, from various disciplines including psychiatry, neuroscience, neuroimaging, and neurology, gather to discuss current leading edge topics on the mind. The talks include:
- dialogue around current topics in the news and popular press
- up-to-date reviews of current literature in academic press
- videos and/or film excerpts of relevant discoveries
- CME credits for select talks
For more information view Brain Talks site
For a list of lecture topics, and detailed descriptions, view the Talks schedule.
Contributing speakers are from the worlds of neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology, and neurology.
The series is generously supported by the UBC Post-graduate Education Department of Psychiatry and the Vancouver General Hospital.