Associate Professor Cathy Stinear : Your Amazing Creative Brain

Date / Time:

Tuesday, 20 February, 2018 - 18:00 to 19:00

Location:

Auckland Art Gallery, Auditorium, clock tower entrance

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Presenter:

Lecturer/Researcher, School of Medicine, University of Auckland, Associate Professor Cathy Stinear is an applied clinical neuroscientist. Her work focuses on translating neuroscience discoveries into clinical practice. She is the Director of the Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory in the Department of Medicine, and the Director of the Brain Research Clinic at the Centre for Brain Research.

Where does creativity happen in the brain? What’s different about the brains of gifted artists and scientists? Can you train your brain to more creative? Neuroscience is beginning to answer these questions. Come and hear what neuroscience can tell us about creativity and the brain.Where does creativity happen in the brain? What’s different about the brains of gifted artists and scientists? Can you train your brain to more creative? Neuroscience is beginning to answer these questions. Come and hear what neuroscience can tell us about creativity and the brain.