Commencing in March 2007 the Neuroscience Outreach Program has hosted several public lectures on the topics of Childhood Development, Physical Rehabilitation, Aging and Mental Health. The purpose of these research days is to help educate the local public about current neuroscience research happening at Queen's University. Each lecture is organized such that the public has an opportunity to meet and talk with local researchers afterwards. All our lectures are free and open to everyone.
The Neuroscience Outreach Program has begun to plan for three public lectures to be held in January, February and March 2015. These will be held at local area public libraries. We have a tentative topic of “Obesity and Exercise” and will be looking for two other topics to round out this years series of lectures. If you are interesting in helping to coordinate these public lectures, please contact Dayna Scott at Dayna.firstname.lastname@example.org