Chancellor's Seminar Series: Learn How Neuroscience is Improving Human Lives
Friday, March 1, 2013 - 11:45am - 1:30pm
The series gathers students, faculty, staff, business leaders, elected officials and community members on campus for an in-depth conversation about a topic of current interest or concern.
A guest speaker kicks off the conversation with a lunchtime presentation. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and share ideas afterwards.
About the Speakers
Christine Portfors, associate professor in the College of Arts and sciences, WSU Vancouver
Christine Portfors works to understand how complex sounds are processed by the auditory system and to determine how age-related hearing loss impacts this processing. Her long-term goal is to help those who experience hearing loss.
John Dempster, M.D., Legacy Medical Group – Neurology
Dr. Dempster specializes in high-quality care for epilepsy patients in this region. He will share his expertise in the treatment and understanding of epilepsy.
Firstenburg Student Commons on the WSU Vancouver campus
Who can participate:
Contact for more information:
Contact Barbra Holder at 360-546-9580 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Vancouver Business Journal, Premier Press
About WSU Vancouver:
WSU Vancouver is a premier, non-residential research university located in Vancouver, WA that offers 20 bachelor’s degrees, nine master’s degrees, two doctorate degrees and more than 37 fields of study.