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improvement in creative thinking capability
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Each month, the most fascinating speakers participate in interactive conversations about the latest advances in brain health science, technology and real-world application.Register for the virtual season free of charge, or sign up to attend in-person events.

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Modern Non-Combustible Commercial Nicotine Products: Implications for Public Health

Adam Leventhal, PhD - Professor of Population and Public Health Sciences and Director of the Institute for Addiction Science, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine

Adam Leventhal, PhD, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Psychology at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, is an addiction psychologist and public health scientist.

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. Event sponsored by Spurs Sports & Entertainment

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.

Instead of focusing on how many things you checked off your list today, shift towards the measures that matter most — Were you more innovative? More purpose-driven? More socially fulfilled?

Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD

Founder and Chief Director
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