Brain Food - Innovation Conversation

Alexandra DiFeliceantonio, Ph.D., is an appetitive neuroscientist who studies how the brain integrates peripheral signals to guide food selection and eating behaviors. Using multimodal brain imaging and metabolic measures, her laboratory in Roanoke studies food motivation to ask new questions about diet, food choice, and addiction. Join us as we talk about how food affects the brain, and the correlation between processed food and food addiction.

Tuesday, April 9 at 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

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