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Brain-Immune Interactions in Neurodevelopment: Implications for Lifelong Health

DIBS Faculty Network Member Felipe De Brigard, right, talks with fellow researchers during SSNAP 2018
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Friday, August 16, 2019
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3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Staci Bilbo, PhD, Psychology & Neurology
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Summer Seminars for Neuroscience & Philosophy

This free, public lecture is part of the Summer Seminars for Neuroscience & Philosophy (SSNAP). Dr. Bilbo, Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience, will address the interactions between the brain and the body's immune system, and their effects on health. SSNAP, funded in part by the John Templeton Foundation, seeks to bring together researchers from the fields of neuroscience and philosophy to help them understand and discuss topics that lie at the intersection of these fields, such as morality, ethics, and artificial intelligence.

Contact: Maria Khodary