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Super Brain Summit: 2017

02 March, 2017 in Neuroscience News

Bradley University's 3rd Inaugural Brain Summit - online

The Super Brain Summit is a one-day conference showcasing two internationally known experts in the fields of neuroplasticity and neurotherapy. Additionally, this year’s event will focus on discussing and teaching emotional and physiological self-regulation, so attendees can learn how to take charge of their brains and bodies. All proceeds will go to a fund for future brain research. Register today.

Hosted by Bradley University and the Center for Collaborative Brain Research (CCBR), the second annual Super Brain Summit theme is “Brain neuroplasticity: Necessary conditions for brain growth and change,” and will feature two distinguished speakers:

  • Michael Merzenich, Ph.D. is a pioneer in brain plasticity research and the author of more than 150 peer-reviewed articles. He has received numerous awards and prizes, has nearly 100 patents and has been featured in hundreds of books covering topics such as learning, rehabilitation and plasticity. Merzenich will present on understanding and managing brain health.
  • Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D. is considered one of the founding fathers of clinical psychoneurophysiology. He is board certified in biofeedback and neurotherapy and is a registered psychologist in British Columbia. Swingle will discuss the treatment of choice for dysregulated brain activity.

Visit bradley.edu/SuperBrainSummit for all the details about the event’s speakers using the Featured Speaker tab.

Below are the dates and times of each speaker’s presentations. A short summary of each presentation can be found on the event’s website under Session Topics.

For more information, please go to the event website.

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