Science of Self: The Balanced Brain

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A photo of neuroscientist Camilla Nord, a young white woman with wavy brown hair

1pm - 2pm : Production Theatre, Norwich University of the Arts

Medicine and Health Mind and Body Talk Under £10
  • Hearing loop
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets

Duke Street Riverside Building, Norwich, NR3 3DX

Where does good mental health come from?

Why do treatments work well for some people, but not others? Understanding the cause of poor mental health is one of the crucial questions of our time. The answers are unique to all of us.

Award-winning neuroscientist Camilla Nord will explore how the brain constructs our sense of mental health, and will show that, with so many factors at play - there are more possibilities for recovery and resilience than we think.

Age 12+


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About Camilla

Camilla Nord is an award-winning neuroscientist leading the Mental Health Neuroscience Lab at the University of Cambridge. Her research has been featured in the Sunday Times, the New Statesman, and the Daily Mail, among others. 

Neuroscientist Camilla Nord

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