Club at local library focuses on the brain
Brain Science/Neuroscience Club is held at the Watertown Public Library once a month and is available to those interested in knowing how human brains function and learning why and how people need to keep their brains active and healthy in order to live and enjoy a meaningful and quality life.
The club talks about neuroanatomy and physiology, human behavior, cognition, emotions, organic and psychogenic mental illnesses. When opportune, club leader Isaac Hou said he will organize trips to observe live human brain dissection and analysis by neuropathologists and perhaps visit some brain museums in the future.
“It is my hope that this club will help promote health consciousness for our community,” said Hou.
The club’s next meeting will be held Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. and focus on Parkinson’s disease. For more information, call Hou at 920-245-1606.