Bradley University and the Center for Collaborative Brain Research (CCBR) are hosting the inaugural Super Brain Summit: a three-day, online video conference extravaganza showcasing internationally known experts on the many, diverse wonders of the brain.
Twelve featured speakers will share distinctive 40-minute presentations regarding a brain-related topic of their choosing, which will be followed by question-and-answer sessions. Eleven lectures will be streamed live, as well as recorded and made available on the summit’s website for two weeks after the conference. The 12th lecture, by Dr. Stephen Porges, will be asynchronous, as it was recorded in March 2016. Dr. Lori Russell-Chapin, a co-director of the CCBR, will introduce the presenters and facilitate the question-and-answer sessions.
Go to bradley.edu/SuperBrainSummit for all the details about the event’s speakers using the Featured Speaker tab. The dates and times of presentations are found on the Schedule tab, and the titles and a short summary of each presentation is available on the Session Topics tab. Register today.
Five sponsors are supporting the Super Brain Summit, and their generosity is greatly appreciated.
This event is the first of its kind in the United States and a one-of-a-kind opportunity for professionals and laypersons to learn about current brain research from some of the leading minds in the field. With a variety of speakers and topics, as well as Continuing Education Units for each webinar attended, this experience is one you will not want to miss.
Come learn about our amazing three-pound brain and its impact on daily living. Select one session, a variety of sessions or all 12 sessions, and join us for this innovative and fun event.