Monthly neuroscience forum will tackle differences between male and female brains

A monthly scientific forum put on by a branch of OU’s Health Sciences Center will cover how males and females think differently. The Oklahoma Center for Neuroscience is having this year’s second Neuro Night forum. The event, a collaboration between OU and The Fountains at Canterbury, will be held at 6 p.m. on Feb. 16 at 1404 NW 122nd St., according to a press release. The topic will be “The Male vs. The Female Brain,” according to the release. The speakers will be Britta Ostermeyer, a professor, doctor and chair of the psychiatry department at OU Health Sciences Center, and William Reiner, a professor and doctor in the urology department at OU Health Sciences Center, according to the release.  Celeste Wirsig-Wiechmann, an associate professor in the department of cell biology,…


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