For neuroscientist, learning how exercise affects the brain has been a life-changing experience

Wendy Suzuki Image: Matt Simpkins Photography Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki had spent her entire research career studying memory and the brain in her lab at New York University’s Center for Neural Science when, as she neared 40, she realized something was missing. Most of her time, physically and mentally, was devoted to conducting research. Her personal and social lives were almost nonexistent. She was a full associate professor of neuroscience, but “we all know that our lives are much more complicated than in an experiment,” she says. “So while certain parts of my life were very rich and I was functioning at a very high level, I certainly recognize that other aspects of my life were very isolating and impoverished, the social aspects of my life. So I looked at that…


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