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Photo courtesy of Department of Neuroscience, UT Austin

The purpose of UT Brainstorms is to connect with the Austin community, and ultimately with the Texas community, to inform and educate about neuroscience research and the influences it has on our daily lives.  It's designed to be a two-way conversation where experts share their expertise about the brain and listen to what it means in people’s lives and to the challenges they face as it relates to the brain.

Dr. Michela Marinelli will conduct the first session of the season, "The Craving Brain: A Conversation About Vulnerability to Drug Addiction."

The purpose of UT Brainstorms is to connect with the Austin community, and ultimately with the Texas community, to inform and educate about neuroscience research and the influences it has on our daily lives. It's designed to be a two-way conversation where experts share their expertise about the brain and listen to what it means in people’s lives and to the challenges they face as it relates to the brain.

Dr. Michela Marinelli will conduct the first session of the season, "The Craving Brain: A Conversation About Vulnerability to Drug Addiction."

The purpose of UT Brainstorms is to connect with the Austin community, and ultimately with the Texas community, to inform and educate about neuroscience research and the influences it has on our daily lives. It's designed to be a two-way conversation where experts share their expertise about the brain and listen to what it means in people’s lives and to the challenges they face as it relates to the brain.

Dr. Michela Marinelli will conduct the first session of the season, "The Craving Brain: A Conversation About Vulnerability to Drug Addiction."

WHEN

WHERE

Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium
2313 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78712
http://neuroscience.utexas.edu/Brainstorms

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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