The Neurobiology of Love It’s that time of year, when love is in the air and on the minds of couples everywhere. But what exactly are these lovebirds thinking? Thanks to modern imaging, scientists […] Read More Creating Healthy Communities: Arts + Public Health in America Jill Sonke stood before a captivated audience of researchers, healthcare officials, museum directors and artists convening for a discussion of Arts in Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Sonke, Director of […] Read More IAM Lab Hosts Inaugural Arts in Medicine Meeting at Johns Hopkins Healing through arts is ancient practice with innumerable applications in modern day medicine. Yet integration of the arts into contemporary healthcare has its challenges, requiring thoughtful cross-sector collaboration to shape […] Read More Reimagining the Future of Arts in Health at the 2018 NOAH Conference The second annual National Organization for Arts in Health (NOAH) conference, part of the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo, took place in Austin, TX this past October 2018. This dynamic […] Read More The Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts Surrounding sitting Division 10 President Mary Gregerson clockwise from far left: Treasurer Allyn Enderlyn, Secretary Suehuyeon Paek, Bracha Azoulay and Member at Large Hod Orkibi. Mary Gregerson is a clinical psychologist, scientific researcher […] Read More Baltimore Brain Connect Reaches More Than 1,000 Students and Families “Kiss your brain!” It’s a common refrain from teachers at the Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL) afterschool program when a scholar gives a great answer or pushes himself to […] Read More Sketchy Medicine Most people are familiar with the idea of learning styles – a theory that commonly breaks down knowledge acquisition into Visual, Auditory, Read/Write and Kinesthetic strengths (VARK) and combines them […] Read More The Wonder Inside Us All Julia Buntaine, founder of the SciArt Magazine and SciArt Center, studied neuroscience and sculpture at Hampshire College, received a post-baccalaureate certificate in Studio Art from Maryland Institute College of Art […] Read More IAM Lab Heads Overseas to Lead Arts and Brain Health Conference The International Arts + Mind Lab (IAM Lab) held its first overseas convening as part of the International Life Science Summer Summit in Hebei Province, China, earlier this month. Organized […] Read More Event Recap: Intersection of Technology, the Arts and Science in Redwood City At International Arts + Mind Lab (IAM Lab), we’re focused on innovation at the intersection of the arts and neuroscience, and we know that innovation comes from bringing scientists and […] Read More ← Back More → Join the neuroaesthetics conversation. Subscribe here.