Cleveland State University neuroscientists recently took part in a brain-themed 'Think & Drink with the Extinct' event at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Dr. Mike Hammonds (Health Sciences) and Dr. Brian Woodside (Psychology) held a demonstration where attendees interacted with human and animal brain specimens, and Dr. Rob Hurley (Psychology) discussed ongoing neuroimaging and patient-based research in his laboratory.
Over 800 attendees visited their displays, creating a new record for the event.
More information on the event can be found here: https://www.cmnh.org/thinkanddrink