The neuroscience events are technical, but the event on gun violence is rooted in the real world and available via a live stream. Also take note of a meet-up of the quantified self crowd
Boston Quantified Self Show&Tell #11 (Cambridge Innovation Center) Tuesday, January 8, 2013 6:00 PM Cambridge Innovation Center 5th Floor – Havana Training Room, Cambridge, MA(map)
Please come join us for another fun night of self-tracking presentations, sharing ideas, and showing tools. If you are self-tracking in any way — health stats, biofeedback, life-logging, mood monitoring, biometrics, athletics, etc. — come and share your methods, results and insight. 6:00 -7:00 pm SOCIAL HOUR AND NETWORKING
Come early, connect with others and share your interest in QS. We’ll have healthy refreshments to get us started.
7:00 – 8:00 pm QS SHOW & TELL TALKSIf you’d like to talk about your personal self-tracking story, please let us know in your RSVP or write Joshua at [masked]. In your talk, you should answer the three prime questions: What did you do? How did you do it? What did you learn?If you’ve never been to a meetup before, you can get a sense of what the talks are like from watching videos of previous QS talks. Talk to the speakers, chat with new and old friends, ask other people what they’re tracking, and generally hang out and have a great time.
- Obsessive compulsive & related disorders lectures
Sponsored by the Massachusetts Affiliate of the International OCD Foundation
McLean Hospital, De Marneffe Cafeteria Building, Room 132
Belmont, MA 02478
Mon Jan 7 12:00 pm
Lee Goldstein (Boston University School of Medicine). Blast Neurotrauma andChronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Humans and a Murine Model. Center forBrain/Mind Medicine Seminar Series, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Carrie Hall, 15Francis Street, Boston.MonJan 712:15 pm
Christopher Cowan (Harvard Medical School). Molecular Mechanisms of Synapse
Elimination: Implications for Drug Abuse, Fragile X Syndrome and Autism.
HMS/CHB Neurobiology Seminar Series. Children’s Hospital, Folkman Auditorium,
Enders Building, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston.
Tamara King (University of New England). Preclinical assessment of the
affective dimensions of bone pain. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, CWN-L1 Lecture
Hall, 75 Francis Street, Boston.