Two Chances to Attend Staying Sharp in New York

Do you want to learn about brain health, memory, and successful aging? You’ll have two chances at our New York Staying Sharp events presented by the Dana Foundation, AARP, New York University, and Hunter College.

Staying Sharp NYU – Wednesday, March 13
    Discussion 3-5 pm
Brain Fair 3-7 pm
NYU Langone Medical Center, Farkas Auditorium
550 First Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Google Map of Location

This March 13 Staying Sharp session will also be streaming live at, for those of you who can’t attend.

    Staying Sharp Hunter College – Friday, March 15
    Discussion 4-6 pm
Hunter College West Building, Lecture Hall 714W
68th Street & Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10065
Google Map of Location

Presented as part of Brain Awareness Week (March 11-17), Staying Sharp features a panel discussion followed by an audience Q&A period where you can ask your questions. The events are free and open to the public, so register now before space runs out! To register, call (877) 926-8300.

Be sure to check out the many other events being held as part of Brain Awareness Week, by using the searchable calendar of events or visiting the braiNY website for events specific to the NYC-area. Follow the conversation on Twitter with #brainweek and #BebraiNY.

If you’re just generally interested in neuroscience, don’t miss the live Google hangout at 2pm (EST) today with past and future Society for Neuroscience presidents Moses Chao and Carol Mason. They’ll be discussing the state of neuroscience research and the importance of public outreach.

– Ann L. Whitman

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