Month: January 2024


Dr. Immordino-Yang video interview: How Emotions & Social Factors Impact Learning

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD is Professor of education, psychology and neuroscience at the University of Southern California and director of the Center for Affective Neuroscience, Development, Learning and Education, who has done groundbreaking research on emotions, self-awareness and social interactions and how these impact the way we learn and change …

Brain & Culture lecture May 23rd: “Is music special as a cue for autobiographical memories? Exploring the how and why” with Kelly Jakubowski

Title: Is music "special" as a cue for autobiographical memories? Exploring the how and why Speaker: Kelly Jakubowski, Associate Professor in Music Psychology, Co-Director of Centre for Research into Inner Experience, Department of Music, Durham University Date and time: Maj 23:e kl 14.00 Place: Inghesalen vid Widerströmska Huset, Tomtebodavägen 18, Solna   About the lecture Many people think …

New study on Alston’s singing mice demonstrates that the brain can adapt our perception of time

In collaboration with New York University’s Michael Long and Stanford University’s Feng Chen and Shaul Druckmann, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory neuroscientist Arkarup Banerjee is using Alston's singing mice, to understand how our brains control timing and communication. These studies may offer valuable insights into neurological conditions that affect our ability …

Brain & Culture lecture June 10th with Susan Magsamen

Speaker: Susan Magsamen, Executive Director, International Arts + Mind Lab, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Title: coming soon Place and time: Eva & Georg Klein, Biomedicum Solna väg 9, Solna at 14.00