Resilience, empathy, and plasticity are important parts of the human experience, but how do these traits actually emerge biologically? Renowned scientists, Dr. Dorothy Kozlowski, Dr. Peggy Mason, and Dr. Janice Urban, will come together to discuss their groundbreaking work in neuroscience. Discussions will focus on the biology of empathy and helping behavior in rats, the incredible ability of the brain to repair itself following traumatic injury, and how the brain develops a stress response and resilience.
Join us at DePaul University for a discussion of what role the brain has in resilience, empathy, and plasticity. A panel discussion with the scientists reflecting on how these traits have assisted them in their careers as women in neuroscience will follow.
Doors open at 5:30 pm, program start at 6:30 pm. Refreshments will be provided starting at 5:30 pm. The event is being held at the McGowan South building on the DePaul University Campus (1110 West Belden Ave. Chicago, IL 60614, located on the corner of Belden and Seminary).
Parking and Transportation:
Attendees can park at either the Clifton Parking Deck (2330 N. Clifton) or the Sheffield Parking Deck (2331 N. Sheffield) for $7.25. Please pick up parking vouchers at the sign in desk.
For those taking the CTA, DePaul University is located right by the Fullerton Red/Brown/Purple el station.
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