9 April 2021, Online
Webinar on Clinical Medicine | The Effects of Exercise on Memory Function
Memory function is a complex cognition involving multiple cognitive processes. Given the importance of memory on daily functioning, along with age-associated changes in memory, it is critical to identify effective behaviors that can enhance memory and its underlying cognitive processes.
As hosted by the Journal of Clinical Medicine, this webinar event will provide the latest perspectives on the effects and mechanisms through which exercise and cardiorespiratory fitness can improve memory function.
This webinar is suitable for students, researchers and clinicians interested in furthering their understanding of the role of exercise and cardiorespiratory fitness on memory function.
The distinguished panel of scholars includes:
- Dr. Paul Loprinzi from the University of Mississippi
- Dr. Marc Roig from McGill University
- Dr. Phillip Tomporowski from the University of Georgia
- Dr. Jennifer Etnier from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Dr. Michelle Voss from the University of Iowa.
When? 9 April 2021 at 3.00pm CEST | 9.00am EDT | 9.00pm CST Asia