9 2021

DHHRM - Board of Directors Meeting

4:00PM - 6:00PM  

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum 300 N. Houston Street
Dallas, TX 75202

Contact Tammiko Jones
469-399-5217 (Phone)
214-747-2270 (Fax)

DHHRM -Board of Directors Meeting~~Live Levine Update with Head of School
Tuesday, March 9, at 8pm
Register HERE
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Topics: *Updates on Levine Numbers and Trends / *COVID and Pre-Adolescent & Teen Motivation /*Mental Health for Children during the Pandemic /
*The Future of our Technological Society/*Lessons for our World
Live Levine Update is Thrilled to Feature
Stanford University Professor of Psychology Ian Gotlib &
NYT Best-Selling Author and Neuroscientist David Eagleman
Professor Ian Gotlib
Ian H. Gotlib is the David Starr Jordan Professor and Director of the Stanford Neurodevelopment, Affect, and Psychopathology (SNAP) Laboratory at Stanford University. Dr. Gotlib examines psychobiological factors that place children, adolescents, and adults at risk for developing depression and engaging in suicidal behaviors, and processes that are protective in this context. He examines neural, cognitive, social, endocrinological, and genetic factors in depressed individuals and applies findings from these investigations to the study of predictors of depression in children at risk for this disorder. Dr. Gotlib is also examining the differential effects of early life stress on trajectories of neurodevelopment in boys and girls through puberty in order to explain the increased prevalence of depression and suicidal behaviors in girls in adolescence. Finally, Dr. Gotlib is extending this work to the study of brain function and structure, endocrine function, and behaviors in neonates and infants being raised in suboptimal environments.
Professor David Eagleman
David Eagleman is a neuroscientist at Stanford University and an international bestselling author. He is co-author of two venture-backed companies, Neosensory and BrainCheck, and he also directs the Center for Science and Law, a national non-profit institute. He is the writer and presenter of the international PBS series, The Brain with David Eagleman, and the author of the companion book, The Brain: The Story of You. His bestselling book, Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain explores the neuroscience of the conscience mind. His recently updated book, The Safety Net: Surviving Pandemics, presents our current pandemic in the context of the history of civilization and takes a look into the future of our society. Eagleman is a TED speaker, a Guggenheim Fellow, and among his numerous awards he was named Science Educator of the Year by the Society for Neuroscience.