With the increase in vaccinated people, we now have the potential for more in-person connection than we’ve been used to during the pandemic. As we take cautious steps forward into less certain territory with variants like Delta, many have questions about what being back in classrooms and offices will look like. How can I manage my role in the health and wellbeing of my family, friends and co-workers?
Science Sam addresses the science behind vaccines and of managing anxiety, as well as an opportunity for an interactive session to ask questions in a judgement free zone.
As both a neuroscientist and someone who has always had anxiety, in this talk Dr. Samantha Yammine navigates what happens in our brains when we’re anxious, and how to manage the transition to more in person connections, including back to school and in-office.
Sample Key takeaways:
1. A current understanding of the COVID landscape
2. Coping mechanisms for anxiety
3. Supporting your communities during fall transitions
A fun talk about how our brains wire motivation and reward that leaves listeners with a greater appreciation for their hard-working brains, plus practical applications to the workplace.
After a difficult year and major transition ahead of us, many people are experiencing anxiety in new or deeper ways. As both a neuroscientist and someone who has always had anxiety, in this talk Dr. Samantha Yammine will navigate what happens in our brains when we’re anxious, and how we can learn to cope in times of distress.
As we push closer to a world of personalized medicine where we can grow any cell in the body in a dish, the future of cell-based therapies seem limitless. But many are selling that future way too soon and at great risks to innocent consumers. In this talk by stem cell scientist, Dr. Samantha Yammine, we explore the true hope and false hype of stem cell technologies, plus the biotech and policy hurdles that need to be overcome before this field can really see its boom for a better tomorrow.
This is an interactive presentation on how to work with educational content creators that have strong and trusted relationships with their audiences, showing examples of successful partnerships and strategies that go beyond the standard cringey #ad.