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Lexington Reads! Dr. Wendy Suzuki on "Exercise, Creativity and the Brain"
Can exercise improve your brain power? Dr. Wendy Suzuki, an award-winning neuroscientist and distinguished university professor wanted to find out. So she created a class entitled "Can Exercise Change Your Brain?" and used her students at New York University as research subjects.
The results of this research are provocative, challenging and exciting. In this talk, Dr. Suzuki will describe her research, with special emphasis on understanding the role of aerobic exercise in improving learning, memory… and creativity.
Currently Dr. Suzuki holds a faculty position in the Center for Neural Science at New York University, where she also runs an active research lab. Her research focuses on understanding the patterns of brain activity underlying long-term memory as well as the role of aerobic exercise in improving brain functions. Learn how this exciting new research can help you have a more creative brain!
More About Cary Memorial Building
Named for Isaac Harris Cary, the Cary Memorial Building is located in Lexington Center between the town office building and the police station. The building is available for use by historic, educational, cultural or charitable groups and organizations. Within the building is Cary Hall, including a stage and auditorium with 780 seats and Estabrook Hall, with a small recital state and large lobby. Meeting rooms can be reserved by calling the number provided.
Other events here
- Lexington Symphony’s Concert in the Round Sat, Jun 8, 7:00 pm–9:00 pm