Healthy Brain links science, business and public partners in the field of brain, cognition, behavior, health and disease. It covers topics like neurotechnology, artificial intelligence, behavioural change and food & cognition.
The Healthy Brain Study was set up to create a resource enabling new collaborations between scientists and private and public partners in the field of Healthy Brain. It enables insight into social, biological and environmental factors that influence for example stress resilience and decision making. With these insights successful tools or interventions can be developed.
In this SMB meeting we will discuss how the Healthy Brain Study resource helps scientists and companies to achieve healthy work. How do people change unhealthy work behavior? How do they adapt sitting patterns and mental work load?
You will also learn how scientists and companies in the field of healthy work can access and exploit the Healthy Brain Study resource. And who you should contact if you wish to get access to this unique resource yourself.
Lucy Overbeek, project manager of the Healthy Brain Study will explain the study resource, it’s potential and availability for science and business.
Erik Bijleveld from the Behavioural Science Insitute of Radboud University will talk about how he uses the Healthy Brain Study resource to study the human mind at work.
Doeschka Anschutz from The Lab of Life will talk about their behaviour change training based on scientific evidence from the Behavioural Science Institute.
And one of the clients from The Lab of Life will explain the effect of the Lab of Life training on the health of their employees.
We will conclude the event with drinks & bites and you will have the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of the research institute with a tour of the Healthy Brain Study labs.
We expect the RIVM guidelines will allow us to host a physical meeting at Trigon in Nijmegen with networking, drinks & snacks afterwards. The event will be streamed online as well.
Good to know
Presentations are in English & the entrance is free (registration upfront is needed though). We welcome new guests, so please feel free to pass on this invitation to relevant people in your network!
We look forward to meeting you!
Date: December 2nd, 2021
Time: 16:00-18:00 hrs (doors open at 15:30)
Location: Donders Institute, Kapittelweg 29 Nijmegen (Red room)