Community Meetings (General Meeting) Speakers/Presentations

Offered bimonthly online.

2022 Community Meetings

Location: Zoom
Next Presentation Date: June 2, 2022 
Time: 6:00pm (Via Zoom)

June Speaker
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How to Keep a Healthy Brain During (and After) a Pandemic Without Really Trying. 

Dr. Robert F. Halliwell BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD School of Pharmacy, University of the Pacific

Americans are now living longer than ever before, so we face the challenge of a longer phase of life when time and tide begin to take their toll on our bodies and on our brains. We are also currently living through the most serious pandemic in generations. This presentation will consider recent evidence that lifestyle, education and community engagements can reduce stress and risk of disease, slow down the brain aging process and enhance a long and healthy life.

BIOGRAPHY: Robert Halliwell teaches neuroscience & clinical pharmacology in the Schools of Pharmacy and Dentistry; he previously held a lectureship in neuroscience at the University of Durham, England and a Research Fellowship at the University of California Irvine. Dr. Halliwell undertook graduate training in neurological science at the University of London and in pharmacology at Ninewells Hospital & Medical School, University of Dundee (Scotland). His lab is investigating the use of human stem cells for drug discovery; he has also published work in the history of medicine.