Memory, Aging and the Brain LO20376 -Creativity Consortium 27 Jan Toronto

Walter Derzko (
Thu, 14 Jan 1999 12:04:17 -0800

Creativity Consortium-Wednesday January 27th-Memory, Aging and the Brain

Notice of meeting:

The Creativity Consortium-The Club for lateral Creative Thinkers
Formed in 1992

Memory, Aging and the Brain

Wednesday Jan. 27, 1999
6:30 pm registration
7:15 pm talk

Ontario Club, 5th Floor Commerce Court South, corner of Bay and Wellington,
just south of King. Toronto, Ontario

Dr. Janine Hay is a clinical researcher at the Rotman Research
Institute of Baycrest Centre, Toronto

Dr. Hay received her PhD and completed her graduate work at McMaster
University. Her research interests include amnesia, Parkinson's Disease,
traumatic brain injuries and normal aging.
She has also published several articles in scientific journals and books.

The talk will attempt to shed some light on the different kinds of memory,
current research at the Rotman, and "normal" vs. "abnormal" memory

Everyone will have a chance to pose their favorite questions about memory
to our expert


$40 guests,
$30 members
$20 for full time students with ID

members are encouraged to bring a guest

Space limited
Please call (416- 588-11222) or email the Creativity Consortium
if you are coming by Wed Jan 20, 1999

Walter Derzko
Founder Creativity Consortium

Director Brain Space
(formerly the Idea Lab at
the Design Exchange)
(416) 588-1122


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