MNS is committed to sharing many of our lectures with you at no cost. Please see below for some of our past lectures:
- Stacy Drury, M.D., Ph.D., presents "Rethinking the Impact of Childhood Trauma: A Neurodevelopmental Approach" on 12/04/2012
- Catherine Schuman, Ph.D., "Integrating Sleep Management into Clinical Practice for Children, Adolescents and Adults." on 05/07/2013
- Kaplan Award Lecture: Nancy Helm-Estabrooks , Sc.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, presents "The Process Approach to Assessment and Treatment of Aphasias." on 09/10/2013
- Douglas Watt, Ph.D., "A Neuroinflammatory Perspective on Alzheimer’s Disease" on 11/12/2013
- Yakeel Quiroz, Ph.D., "Brain Abnormalities in Presymptomatic Familial Alzheimer’s Disease." on 03/04/2014
- Ruth Grossman, Ph.D., "Social Communication in Children with High-Functioning Autism." on 04/01/2014
- Science Symposium: Monica Rivera-Mindt, Ph.D., ABPP, "Issues of Diversity in Neuropsychological Research and Practice" on 06/06/2013
- Eric Harris, EdD, JD, "Risk Management Issues in Neuropsychological Practice." on 11/5/2014
- Cermak Award Celebration (and Open Board Meeting): Dorene M. Rentz, PsyD, "Detecting Cognitive and Behavioral Evidence of Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease: Lessons Learned from the Harvard Aging Brain Study." on 04/04/2015
- Science Symposium: E. Mark Mahone, Ph.D., ABPP, "ADHD and the Need for Speed" on 05/14/2015
- Meghan Searl, Ph.D. "Mindfulness and the Brain" on 06/2/2015.
- Douglas Watt, Ph.D., "Depression and the Social Brain" on 09/08/2015
- Kaplan Award Lecture: Lee Ashendorf, Ph.D., "Legacy of the Boston Process Approach." on 10/06/2015
A big thank you to Dr. Bob Ferguson for coordinating and recording the podcasts.