“The connected brain: brain health and the impact of stress” online with Dr Kathryn Broadhouse
Queensland Mental Health Week (QMHW) is an annual awareness initiative that promotes individual and community mental health and wellbeing, boosts awareness of mental illness, and celebrates the contribution of the mental health and community sectors.
“The connected brain: brain health and the impact of stress” with Dr Kathryn Broadhouse
About this event
Queensland Mental Health Week (QMHW) encourages all of us to think about our mental health and wellbeing, regardless of whether we may have a lived experience of mental illness or not, and encourages help seeking behaviours, when needed. It provides a chance to promote activities and ideas that can have a positive impact on our daily lives and the lives of others. Each year, people across Queensland come together during QMHW through local events, conversations and activities.
Dr Kathryn Broadhouse researcher and physicist, will be live online, talking about brain health and the impact of stress. “We will take a brief dive into the world of neuroscience and neuro-imaging to understand:
1. How our brains learn new things
2. How stress impacts brain function and the way we learn and
3. How we can build resilience against stress.
This talk will show us how researchers use neuro-imaging to investigate brain health and how we can all stay mentally healthy.”
How to get Involved!
MIE Lab will be holding an online presentation via Zoom with Dr. Kathryn Broadhouse, Monday 10 October 7pm (AEST)
To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/413894478527