UCSF's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's Brain, Mind and Behavior Series Premieres on UCTV

Brain, Mind and Behavior, an exciting new series from UCSF's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, looks into our current understanding of the function of the human brain and some of the important diseases that cause nervous system dysfunction. Learn about the new discoveries in brain sciences that allow us to better understand the interplay of memory, brain and mind. Brain, Mind and Behavior: Why Do We Give Drugs for Depression?
Premieres October 1. Steve Hamilton, MD, PhD, of the UCSF Department of Psychiatry, explores some of the current understanding of depression and its treatment. Brain, Mind and Behavior: Mixing Memory and Desire - The Interplay of Brain and Mind
Premieres October 8. Sophia Vongradov, MD, of the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center, explores the mixing of memory and desire and the interplay of the brain and the mind. Brain, Mind and Behavior: Emotions and Health - The Promise of Mind-Body Medicine
Premieres October 15. Jason Satterfield, PhD, director of behavioral medicine at UCSF, explores the emotions and health and the promise of mind-body medicine. Brain, Mind and Behavior: Pain and the Brain
Premieres October 22. Allan Basbaum, PhD, UCSF Department of Anatomy, explores pain and the brain. Brain, Mind and Behavior: Epilepsy
Premieres October 29. Daniel Lowenstein, MD, director of the UCSF Epilepsy Center, explores care and treatment of epilepsy. In addition to these new UCSF lectures premiering over direct broadcast satellite and cable TV, UCTV also offers a library of more than 90 UCSF programs available on demand via the Internet. A complete listing of UCSF programming available on UCTV is available on the UCTV website. UCTV is a 24-hour, non-commercial satellite channel that broadcasts the best in educational and enrichment programming from the campuses, national laboratories, and affiliated institutions of the University of California. UCTV delivers science, health and medicine, public affairs, humanities, and the arts to a general audience, as well as specialized programming for health care professionals and teachers. UCTV is available to over 18 million homes nationwide via direct broadcast satellite (Dish Network channel 9412), worldwide over the Internet (live webcasts, video-on-demand archives, audio and video podcasts at UCTV and Google Video, and on cable TV in California and across the country. In San Francisco, UCTV now is seen nightly from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Comcast channel 75. Related Links: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Programming on UCTV
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