Shaping the Field of Neuroaesthetics
We’re the source for cross-disciplinary discussion in brain science, architecture, music and art.
Convening the Curious
IAM Lab brings together brain scientists and practitioners in architecture, music and art to spark collaboration and research.
Outreach and Education
We’re sharing our findings with industry influencers who can apply neuroaesthetics research in their fields to enhance the way we live.
The Latest from Our Blog
The Sound Resonance Project: Can We Measure the Emotions of Music?
To witness the healing power of music, you don’t have to look any further than the spontaneous outbursts of singing by thousands of people as they watched in horror and disbelief at the flames shooting out of the Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday. In these gentle voices, there is the sound of sorrow and grief in...more
IAM Lab Partners with Drexel University on Unique Study of Therapeutics Arts Using Virtual Reality
The International Arts + Mind Lab (IAM Lab) of Johns Hopkins University recently teamed up with Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP) on an innovative new study of the therapeutic potential of virtual reality. Led by Girija Kaimal, EdD, assistant professor in CNHP's Creative Arts Therapies Department, and Susan Magsamen, executive director...more
IAM Lab Showcases Neuroaesthetics in Action at Milan Design Week
Our work is taking root and blossoming this spring as the International Arts + Mind Lab heads to Italy to participate in the most important design event of the year, Milan Design Week. On April 9, we’ll open our exhibit A Space for Being at Salone del Mobile Milano. Developed in partnership with Google, Muuto...more
Who We Are
The International Arts + Mind Lab is part of the Brain Sciences Institute at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. IAM Lab brings together brain scientists and practitioners in architecture, music and art in a global effort to amplify human potential.
What is Neuroaesthetics?
Neuroaesthetics is an emerging field of study that explores the impact of the arts, architecture and music on the human brain and behavior.