The Healing Power of Music: Johns Hopkins Center Marries Music and Medicine Music has long been associated with mental, physical, and spiritual health. And someday soon, doctors may start prescribing their patients a dose of music to accompany more conventional medicine. The […] Read More Music and the Brain: A Discussion with Legendary Jazz Guitarist Pat Metheny at SfN Dialogues Between Neuroscience and Society Panel on Music and the Brain. Pictured from left to right: Charles Limb, Pat Metheny and Richard Huganir. The 2018 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting […] Read More Music as Medicine Jamal Davis, a young singer-songwriter, always dreamed of pursuing a career in music. Jamal was working to get an audition for The Voice when he found himself in need of […] Read More WATCH: The Science of the Arts How does the brain process sensory information? What gives humans the unique ability to create and respond to art? Can architecture effect healing, creativity and learning? These are questions at […] Read More Sound Health: Music and the Mind Sound Health: Music and the Mind is a collaboration of the National Institutes of Health and the Kennedy Center designed to elevate the science of music and its relationship to […] Read More Q&A: Between Sound and Story Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis is Professor and Director of the Music Cognition Lab at the University of Arkansas. Her research approaches music from the perspective of cognitive science. She is interested […] Read More The Biology of Beauty By Kriston Capps, Johns Hopkins Health Review — Spring/Summer 2016 In a marriage of science and art, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute are helping advance the study of neuroaesthetics, an emerging field that seeks to understand why […] Read More Launching an Exploration of the Brain, Architecture, Music and Art Introducing the IAM Lab How much do we know about what happens in our brain as we experience the world around us and how can we use that knowledge to impact our lives? Welcome […] Read More ← Back Join the neuroaesthetics conversation. Subscribe here.