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Brain Awareness Week 2022

Brain Awareness Week 2022: Brain-a-palooza

The Department of Psychology and Health Studies in partnership with the Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Team and Saskatchewan Health Authority will be hosting three free live virtual events to celebrate Brain Awareness Week (March 14-20, 2022)


Thursday, March 17, 1pm-2:30pm

A fun and interactive presentation featuring guest speakers and a brain dissection.

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Ingredients for a Healthy Brain!

by Amy Pickering

Amy is a registered dietitian. She has worked at the Student Wellness Centre at the University of Saskatchewan for the last 10 years. She loves working with students and encourages them to get the nutrients they need and build a healthy relationship with food and their bodies!

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Musical Activity and the Brain

by Dr. Justin Christensen

Justin Christensen is currently working as a research associate at the University of Sheffield. He has completed periods of post-doctoral research at the University of Saskatchewan and Aalborg University in Denmark after earning his PhD in music at the University of Southampton. He is currently researching the benefits for people living with dementia to engage and coordinate with family members when performing meaningful music together. His previous research has focused on the behavioral mechanisms and musical cues that affect the sense of agency experienced while playing music together.

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For more information contact:

Lisa Poon
Co-ordinator, Brain Awareness Week
University of Saskatchewan

Brain Awareness Week 2022
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