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Long Neuro-Covid: Challenges Ahead

Elkhonon Goldberg, PhD - Clinical Professor, Department of Neurology, Grossman School of Medicine at New York University, and Member of the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Neuropsychology

Author, scientist, educator and clinician, Dr. Goldberg, a clinical professor in the Department of Neurology at NYU's Grossman School of Medicine, discusses his research into the cognitive impact of COVID-19.

The Great Disconnect: Finding Common Ground in the Workplace

Vice Adm. (ret.) John Ryan, Tony Bridwell, Upali Nanda, PhD

Can brain health help shape the workplace of the future? Join a panel discussion with employee experience and culture expert Tony Bridwell, Vice Adm. (ret.) John Ryan from Center for Creative Leadership, and Upali Nanda, PhD, from HKS Architects.

Advances in Non-Invasive Treatments for Age-Related Cognitive Decline

Sven Vanneste, PhD - BrainHealth Project Collaborator, and Neuroscientist and Professor of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin

Dr. Vanneste is a BrainHealth Project collaborator, Neuroscientist and Professor of Psychology at Trinity College Dublin. His lab for Clinical & Integrative Neuroscience (lab CLINT) is undertaking ground-breaking research on the aging-related neurological disorders

Failures in the Communication of Risk: Decisions and Numeracy

Elena Katok, PhD - Ashok and Monica Mago Professor and Co-Director for the Center and Laboratory for Behavioral Operations and Economics (LBOE), Jindal School of Management at The University of Texas at Dallas

Dr. Katok from the Jindal School of Management at UTD explores a range of questions about the effectiveness of using probabilities when communicating forecasts to a public with diverse mathematical abilities.

A Navy SEAL’s Perspective on Adversity and Brain Health

Ryan "Birdman" Parrott

Navy SEAL veteran, author, suicide prevention advocate and extreme sports afficionado shares insights and lessons about overcoming adversity to live life to the fullest. Event sponsored by Meredith and Jack Woodworth

Bold Vision for the O'Donnell Brain Institute

William Dauer, MD - Lois C.A. and Darwin E. Smith Distinguished Chair in Neurological Mobility Research, and Inaugural Director of the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Dr. William Dauer has spent nearly two decades working on groundbreaking studies into mechanisms of neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease and the molecular basis of dystonia, helping to pioneer novel therapeutic approaches.

Peak Performance and Brain Health

Brian Miller, PhD and Wes Clapp, PhD

Leaders of the elite sports training group NeuroScouting discuss leveraging cognitive neuroscience to achieve and extend peak performance.

Research-informed Recommendations for Thriving in Remote and Hybrid Work

Sara Perry, PhD - Associate Professor of Management at Baylor University

Professor and researcher Dr. Sara Perry shares recent findings on remote and hybrid work, including ways both leaders and employees can find optimal well-being in the midst of changing and stressful conditions.