The department of Neuroscience of the Erasmus Medical Center, in collaboration with the Natural History Museum of Rotterdam are opening their doors to the public trying to raise awareness about the basic way the brain functions and the research neuroscientists do on neurological disorders. It is all a part of the international Brain Awareness Week initiative, a global movement to create a bridge between science and the public.
If you want to know more about this magnificent organ of ours and the current research done on it just next door, come join the workshops and lectures organized in the Natural History Museum or register for a tour in the research labs of the Erasmus Medical Center to see how research really happens!
Entrance to the event is free if you register through the website.
All registered attendees can participate in workshops and walk around the museum. If you wish to participate in lectures and/or lab tours, please select those options in the form below.
The lectures are given by renowned researchers and professors at the Erasmus MC and will cover a variety of brain(research)-related subjects.
When: March 16 – March 17
Where: Natural History Museum Rotterdam
Talks in both Dutch and English
You can register through this website!