The Aging Brain: Developing Well-Being for Your Future
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What can we learn from the latest science to promote greater health and well-being as we age? The third presentation in our Healthy Minds LIVE series will focus on the latest neuroscience and discoveries from decades of research on aging. Join faculty and scientists at the Center for Healthy Minds and the University of Wisconsin–Madison for a conversation on promoting well-being as we age.
The Aging Brain: Developing Well-Being for Your Future is part of the HealthyMinds LIVE virtual event series from the Center for Healthy Minds and its external, affiliated nonprofit Healthy Minds Innovations (makers of the Healthy Minds Program app) to bring you the latest research findings, innovation trends and tips to promote well-being in your daily life and community.
Other events in this series:
Healthy Minds LIVE: Learning Well-Being for Life
Healthy Minds LIVE March Event: The How of Well-Being
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Associate Professor, Geriatrics and Gerontology at the Department of Medicine and Public Health, UW–Madison
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Stacey M. Schaefer
Associate Scientist, Center for Healthy Minds, UW–Madison
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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, UW–Madison Distinguished Chair in Contemplative Neuroscience at the Center for Healthy Minds, UW–Madison
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Marianne Spoon - Moderator
Center for Healthy Minds Collaborator and Associate Dean for Communications and Advancement at the UW–Madison School of Education.
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Richard Davidson - Special Guest
Founder, Center for Healthy Minds and the William James & Vilas; Professor of Psychology & Psychiatry at UW–Madison; Founder, Healthy Minds Innovations Learn more about Richard
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This event and others are supported by the generosity of individuals and organizations who share our vision of a kinder, wiser, more compassionate world.
A significant portion of our funding comes from supporters who give to the Center for Healthy Minds, enabling a variety of projects – whether it’s understanding how the brain works or bringing well-being skills out into the world.