Come join us for the third annual Brain Art Fair! The event is open to any and all who are interested in science or art "Providence Brain Art Fair"
Join us for a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception as we celebrate the opening of the 4th consecutive Brain Week Rhode Island. Meet our sponsors, "Opening Reception"
Join us for a discussion on the nationwide opioid epidemic. Our panelists are uniquely positioned to converse about the various aspects of the epidemic. What "Opioids: Health, Policy & Neuroscience"
GeneMatch Swab Party and Presentation Join the fight against Alzheimer's disease with Butler Hospital's Memory & Aging Program and Brain Week RI. Stephen Salloway, MD, "Join the Fight Against Alzheimer’s!"
This event will explore fear, interpersonal conflict, and social connection through an interdisciplinary lens, giving us the tools to apply these concepts to solving the "Exploring Fear and Social Connection Through the Sciences"
Suicide is 10th leading cause of death in the United states and rates of suicide have increased over the last 10 years. This event will "Understanding and Preventing Suicide"
From finding awe in Hubble images to visiting the doctor, science is everywhere in our lives. Whether we wear a white lab coat or haven’t "Story Collider: Brain Edition"
Join our intergenerational dance class and experience the joy of moving -- for All People!!! DAPpers dance class is associated with Brown's undergraduate course called "Dance for All People: Dance for Aging and Movement Challenges"
Come learn more about how berries, maple syrup, and other plant-based “superfoods” can prevent inflammation and protect the brain as you age. URI College of "Superfoods for the Gut and Brain"
One out of six Americans is impacted by neurologic disease. Chances are, you or someone you know has experienced a neurologic disease such as migraine, "Neuro-Advocacy Forum: Making a Difference and Making Your Voice Heard"
Join Brown University's Active Minds club on Friday, March 15 from 3-5pm in the lobby of the Sydney Frank building for an afternoon of de-stressing! "Active Minds: Stress Less Event"
The third annual URI Brain Fair includes interactive exhibits, talks, and special events to educate and inspire about the brain. Come learn about your amazing brain "URI Brain Fair 2019"
The Museum of Work and Culture in Woonsocket and the RI Consortium for Autism Research and Treatment invite you to join us for art and "Through Our Eyes: Visual and Performing Arts by People with Autism"
Come discover the human brain! Ever wonder how we learn and remember? How do optical illusions work? Come hold a real preserved brain or peer "Brown Brain Fair 2019"
Non-CME Community Program 12:00 - 1:30 pm - New Innovations in Care Richard Kraig, MD Blake Gurfein, PhD Jason Cook, MD Shivang Joshi, MD, MPH, "Migraine Symposium- Non CME Program"
CME Program Program Description: Migraine is a highly complex disease that impacts more than 39 million people in the U.S. We know that up to "Migraine Symposium- CME Program"
An evening to strengthen the migraine community and to honor some special people working to improve the lives of those living with migraine. 6:00 pm "Migraine Symposium Awards Dinner"
Join us for an evening of five true, personal stories about how science shapes our lives, with a special focus on brains! The Story Collider "Story Collider: Brain Edition 2020"
Mindfulness-based treatments are emerging as additional intervention options for individuals struggling with various psychiatric disorders, such as posttraumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder, and addiction. "Mindfulness in Practice, in the Brain, and in the Clinic"
Come join us in a Dance Class for All Ages!! Be ready to: Increase coordination and flexibility while releasing body tension Improve balance and gait, "Dance for All People: Dance for Aging and Movement Challenges"
The Nonviolence Institute’s (NVI) mission is to teach, by word and example, the principles and practices of nonviolence, and to foster a community that addresses "Overcoming Fear and Trauma: A Community Conversation"
A family-friendly celebration of the brain, including interactive demos, hands-on activities, educational talks, and a mid-day Brain Circus. Our annual Brain Fair is a fun-for-all-ages "URI Brain Fair 2020"
Join us March 15, 16 &17 for a lunchtime blend of science and storytelling with hosts Pablo Rodríguez, MD, and members of the Brain Week "Brain Talk: A Lunchtime Series"
The brain is pretty inspiring, and we've got the 10-minute plays to prove it! Join us for the premiere of three one-act plays, based on "Brainy Acts: A Night of (Virtual) Theater"
Mindfulness and self-compassion are being explored by clinicians and researchers to help treat substance use and post traumatic stress disorder. Join us to hear clinicians "Mindfulness in Practice"