Joshua Grill, Ph.D., Director, UC Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders (UCI MIND) In the battle against Alzheimer’s disease, Joshua Grill invokes a deceased jazz singer, iPods and a 35,000-year-old vulture bone that cavemen fashioned into a flute. Grill is a neuroscientist whose research interests focus on clinical trials in neurodegenerative disease. He [...]
Conscience: The Origins of Moral Intuition Dr. Patricia Churchland, neurophilosopher and professor emerita of philosophy at UCSD, will present the 26th Annual Distinguished Lecture on Brain, Learning and Memory. This event is co-hosted by the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory and the School of Social Ecology.
Live online Q&A with Ruth Benca, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair of Psychiatry & Human Behavior. Attend the video live on our Facebook page or view archived episodes on our YouTube channel. Learn more online at https://www.mind.uci.edu/calendar or call 949.824.9475.
The Irvine Brain Bee is hosted by the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at UC Irvine and is organized by a committee led by Manuella Yassa, Director of Outreach and Education. The goal of the Irvine Brain Bee is to inspire high school students in Orange County to learn about the brain [...]
Camp Info UCI Brain Camp is a summer program middle and high school students that offers an opportunity for immersion in neuroscience. The 2-week full-day program will feature lectures and seminars, workshops, laboratory tours and, of course, a wide variety of hands-on laboratory activities.