Karim Nader sounds giddy as he recalls the day in November 2001 when he stood before hundreds of experts in the science of memory and presented a radical theory. At 34, with one research paper on the topic to his name, Nader was a newcomer to the field. He was so nervous, he considered ditching the San Diego conference and fleeing to Mexico: “I thought, Tijuana is only 20 minutes away. I can go there and surf for the rest of my life.”
The McGill Alumni Association’s Boston Branch is proud to present:
“Taming Trauma: How Memories are Acquired, Stored and Recalled”, the next McGill on the Move lecture series with Karim Nader.
The event is taking place Wednesday, April 29th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at
Ropes & Gray LLP, 36th floor, One International Place
U. S. A.
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Join us as we learn more about our mysterious and marvelous brains.