How Does the Brain Make Memories? An In-Person Educational Workshop at Union Station

Posted on 08/14/23

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AARP Missouri continues to provide virtual and in-person activities that focus on brain health relating to peoples’ ability to think and reason as they age, including aspects of memory, perception and judgment.

We hope you will join us at historic Union Station in Kansas City as we sponsor Science City's Saturday STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Seminar "How Does the Brain Make Memories".

Kausik Si, Ph.D., a developmental neuroscientist, is the Scientific Director for the Stowers Institute. His presentation will explore how proteins help the brain recreate the world for us and encode memories of things we love and fear, and how this changes as we age.

How Does the Brain Make Memories
September 16, 2023
9:00 - 10:00 am
Union Station Extreme Screen Theatre
(Free parking with validation)

Although AARP is a sponsor, this is not an AARP event. Please note any information you provide to the host organization shall be governed by its privacy policy.


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