Wilkes University unveils new NeuroTraining center

WILKES-BARRE — Wilkes University’s new NeuroTraining and Research Center will help students and staff train their brains to stay calm and get more focussed. “The brain can change,” Wilkes psychology professor Ed Schicatano said, explaining you can train the brain to “become calmer” and focus better. The NeuroTraining and Research Center officially opened Thursday with a ribbon cutting and open house. It was developed to support the work of students and faculty in Wilkes interdisciplinary neuroscience major. Students can complete internships at the center, and psychology and neuroscience majors will use it for research. Wilkes is also offering center services for free to faculty, staff and students. It is not open to the public. Evenlyn Cabrera, a senior from Lansford and an intern at the center, demonstrated some of the…


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