Georgetown Undergraduate Research Conference Keynote: “Connections to the Heart and Mind in Healthy Aging” with Dr. Eve De Rosa
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Thursday, April 21, 12 PM ET, Healey Family Student Center |
Join the Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Conference for their upcoming keynote address delivered by Dr. Eve De Rosa! Her presentation, titled “Connections to the Heart and Mind in Healthy Aging,” will take place at the Healey Family Student Center (HFSC) Great Room on Thursday, April 21 at 12 PM ET.
Dr. Eve De Rosa is an Associate Professor and Rebecca Q. and James C. Morgan Sesquicentennial Fellow in the Department of Psychology in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University. Dr. De Rosa’s work focuses on the neurochemical acetylcholine in attention and learning across the lifespan in rats and humans, including a focus on age-related changes in cognition. Dr. De Rosa teaches neurochemistry courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels and founded the Get to Know Your Brain STEAM program for under-resourced urban elementary schools. Dr. De Rosa also serves as the Dean of Faculty at Cornell University.