In 2019, the brain is heading into overdrive.
We live and work in a society powered by technology – it has dramatically altered our lives, and it’s even changing our brains. The human brain has the ability to adapt and change based on new experiences, a scientific phenomenon called neuroplasticity. In 2019, it’s heading into overdrive.
How do devices and technology rewire the brain? Join us as we explore the implications of digital technologies on the mind and brain and exploration of the future as we move towards the merging of human and machine.
Dr. Murali Doraiswamy, Physician & Brain Scientist, Duke University
Dr P. Murali Doraiswamy is a world renowned physician and brain scientist who serves as a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine and as a member of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. He is a highly cited researcher who has served as a principal investigator on landmark clinical trials and played a key role in the development of many diagnostic, therapeutic and mobile health innovations widely used in medicine today. He has been an advisor to leading government agencies, biotechnology industries and advocacy groups, and serves as the Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Neurotechnology. Murali is the co-author of an acclaimed family guide, The Alzheimer’s Action Plan.
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