Brain Plasticity (and Everyday Life)
Featuring: Dr. Bill Honer Head, UBC Department of Psychiatry Director, UBC Institute of Mental Health Jack Bell Chair in Schizophrenia
Overwhelming research in the past two decades has revealed the brain never stops changing and adjusting. This capacity is called plasticity. In the case of brain illness or injury, plasticity plays a fundamental role in a person’s recovery.
To learn more about the brain plasticity and everyday life, please join us for Dr. Honer’s informative presentation.