SNF Brain Insight Lecture at Columbia on Making the Right Moves in a Pandemic
10 November 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has faced us with innumerable new big decisions—who should get tested first?—and given new consequence to what used to be no-brainers—should I go to the grocery store for milk?

The COVID-19 pandemic has faced us with innumerable new big decisions—who should get tested first?—and given new consequence to what used to be no-brainers—should I go to the grocery store for milk?

On November 10, the latest SNF Brain Insight Lecture from Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute focuses on Making the Right Moves in a Pandemic. An emergency room doctor shares her perspective on individual and communal decision-making and a researcher discusses his lab’s work toward affordable, at-home COVID-19 testing. The event is free and open to the public with advance registration.

The Brain Insight Lecture Series is one of a few closely related educational initiatives at the Zuckerman institute supported by the SNF, which also include the Teacher-Scholar Program and the BRAINYAC program.