• 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 […]

  • IAM Lab releases Impact Thinking

    Everything is aesthetic. The environments in which we live and work, the sounds we hear, sights we see, and smells we encounter are the pathways through which we experience the […]

  • Event Recap: Impact-Based Thinking for Neuroaesthetics

    Last month we gathered 16 dynamic scientists, artists and scientists/artists for the first International Arts + Mind Lab Impact-Based Thinking Working Group meeting. For those of you who were able […]

  • Q&A: In Pursuit of Brains for Buildings

    Michael Arbib is Emeritus Professor and University Professor at the University of Southern California’s Department of Computer Science. He is also contributing faculty in Neuroscience and Architecture at the New […]

  • Q & A with Anjan Chatterjee, M.D., F.A.A.N.

    Anjan Chatterjee is the Frank A. and Gwladys H. Elliott Professor and Chair of Neurology at Pennsylvania Hospital. He is a member of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and the […]

  • Q & A with John Krakauer

    John Krakauer, M.A., M.D., directs the Brain, Learning, Animation and Movement Lab at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Krakauer’s research explores the use of “motivated movement” in […]

  • How The World Around You Shapes Your Thoughts And Actions

    Marilyn Pedersen is a neuro aesthetics visionary. She is the North Star for what the BSi and IAM Lab believe is possible when you bring the arts and brain sciences […]