Chronic Brain Injury, a Discovery Themes focus area, is hosting two events examining research, coursework, and outreach activities at the intersection of neuroscience and the arts and humanities.  The goal is to enhance new and existing projects that further the understanding and rehabilitation of brain injury, including traumatic brain injury, concussion, and dementia.  The events are free, open to all, and are supported by The Humanities and the Arts Discovery Theme and the Center for Brain Health & Performance.

Please plan to attend these events and share your perspectives.

  • April 28, 4:30pm, Hilton Columbus Downtown: a panel session on existing and future projects during the Global Brain Health & Performance Summit. Register here (code DC2017, category Day Rate, session “Art & Rehab Roundtable”).
  • May 5, 3:00pm, Research  Commons Brainstorming Room: a Mobile Coffee town hall session to develop a multidisciplinary approach to incubating, workshopping, and funding innovative programming that meets the needs of various Buckeye communities.  RSVP here.

Questions? Contact Kedar Hiremath, Chronic Brain Injury Program Coordinator,  614-292-9023.

Tags: Chronic Brain Injury, neuroscience, The Humanities and the Arts