Music surrounds us — but why does this art form take such a dominant role in our lives? What happens in our mind when we hear music and how does it effect our emotions? Even with passive listening to music, specific parts of the brain can show activation or increased “neural” activity. What is it about music that can so dramatically affect brain activity? Are there things that we can learn from music, and its effect on the brain that can help treat people with neurological and cognitive disorders? These are questions that our featured panel will discuss on March 13, 2013 at Hughes Auditorium.
– Neelum Aggarwal MD, Associate Professor of neurological sciences, Rush University Medical Center and KV 265 Board member
– Dr. Hans C. Breiter, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Scientific Director of the Warren Wright Adolescent Center, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Parking: Discounted parking will be made available at the 222 E. Huron St. garage.
The Chicago Council on Science and Technology and KV 265 present
Music and the Brain
Where: Hughes Auditorium at Northwestern University Chicago Campus, 303 East Superior
When: Wednesday, March 13th 2013.
Reception and Registration: 5:00pm
Presentation – 6:00pm
Fees: Complimentary for C2ST members and KV 265 members / $30 for Non-members / $5 for Students
Register at C2ST’s event registration site