The Social Brain: Better Brain Health at Work
- 9th June 2016
How does the workplace affect what goes on in our brains? What can we do to fire up the neurons in our brains and keep ourselves learning, emotionally healthy, intellectually challenged and engaged? What neuroscience signals suggest we would benefit from developing a new approach to work? When might a career change be in order?
The Social Brain offers an opportunity to craft gorgeous textile neurons with Neural Knitworks and listen to a panel of brain and mind experts discuss current research into the social brain.
Craft neurons from 5pm, panel discussion from 6pm.
- Ms Pat Pillai, artist
- Professor Gordon Parker, Scientia Professor of Psychiatry at the University of New South Wales, and erstwhile writer and broadcaster.
- Dr Sarah McKay, neuroscientist and director of The Neuroscience Academy
- Dr Muireann Irish, research fellow, University of New South Wales
- Dr Amy Reichelt, research fellow, Univesity of New South Wales
Where: Customs House, Library, 31 Alfred St, Circular Quay NSW 2000
This event is presented by City of Sydney Library and Inspiring Australia with Neural Knitworks.