Associate Professor at the Center for Neural Science at New York University
Keynote speeches by Wendy Suzuki focus on the exploration of new findings regarding brain activity and the way the mind impacts different daily activities.
The accomplished neuroscientist is an Associate Professor at the Center for Neural Science at New York University. She completed her undergraduate studies in 1987 at the University of California, Berkeley in human anatomy and physiology and studied Neuroscience at the graduate level at The University of California, San Diego.
After graduating from doctoral studies, she then went on to partake in a fellowship at the National Institute of Mental Health and her work there, along with her research completed at the Suzuki laboratory, has earned her prestigious recognition. She has been awarded both the Donald B. Lindsley Prize from the Society for Neuroscience and the National Academy of Sciences' Troland Research Award.
Advancements in the field of behavioral neuroscience and the impact of physical activity on the brain and memory are addressed in keynote speeches by Wendy Suzuki that explore the power of the human mind.