Re-imagining what it means to “be well,” The Neurodiversity Project has assembled leading figures from the Sundance Institute, Harvard Neurology, OnBeing, and elsewhere to #reframe our conceptions of what we currently call "mental health" and "mental health care."
Let’s meet up and chat in one of my favorite places in Boston: the Museum of Science!
For those of you in Los Angeles, come to the inaugural Synesthesia Symposium hosted by the International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists (IASAS) . I was invited to give the keynote speech and there will be a full synesthesia installation at UCLA's Art|Sci Center!
Come see me as part of an expert panel where I get to be the official brainophile. The topic? "The Neuroscience Behind Consumer Decision-Making in Advertising" - relevant to pretty much anyone who uses the internet, listens to the radio, watches television, talks to other humans, or is generally a member of society with a warm pulse. To say the least, it's bound to be a lively conversation!
The 12th National American Synesthesia Association Conference will be held at Harvard University where I'll be giving a talk on the question "Is Synesthesia a Gift, a Curse, or a Quirk?"
Come join for an evening at the Massachusetts General Hospital's Paul S. Russell Museum of Medical History and Innovation. I'll be giving a talk followed by a book signing. If you get peckish, light refreshments will be served, too!
Note that the event is free but requires registration to attend.
To register, please email email@example.com or call 617.724.2755.
Come to the launch event for Mirror Touch! The event will be on Friday, April 21st, at 7pm at the Harvard Coop Bookstore (3rd floor) located right across the street from the Harvard Square red line station. I'll be doing a reading followed by a book signing. Looking forward to seeing you there!