Educating the audience about new research which shows the sugar – fuctose – shrinks melanoma cancer cels in mice, DR. ERIC LAU, a cancer biologist and assistant professor at the Moffitt Cancer Center, explains how thinking out of the box – and same great visual aids – have led to new pathways in cancer research.
Speech-language pathologist Marissa Voors, teaches an audience of 100 about the five phases of language, emphasizing that the first phase of language -conceptualization – cannot be quantified by current science. However, language planning skills are formed when humans are very young – around 3 years old, and involve a brain area called Broca’s area, where names are stored.
“Hope helps us achieve our goals…”says Dr. Amber Gum, professor and licensed psychologist at the University of South Florida. Amidst brainstorming and beer, Tuesday night at Coppertail Brewery in Ybor City, she suggests behavioral strategies that help people succeed and measure progress in their lives.