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IMAGE: EVA MUTUNGA & KATE KLEIN, UDC & NIST
What if we could exercise our minds like we exercise our bodies? What if, by transforming our minds, we could improve not only our own health and well-being, but also those of our communities and the wider world?
On Tuesday, May 3 at 10 a.m., Dr. Richard Davidson of the University of Wisconsin will delve into these kinds of questions as he gives the 2016 Stephen E. Straus Lecture in the Science of Complementary Therapies, “Change Your Brain by Transforming Your Mind.”
Four years ago, nearly to the date, the NIH Record carried a story about mail received on campus from Nigeria. Addressed mainly to scientists, the letters were pleas for financial assistance written supposedly by college-age Nigerians seeking to finish their studies in biomedical research.
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