Listening to beautiful music, falling in love, and eating really good chocolate create intense feelings of pleasure – but why? Diving into exciting new research – including what happens to the brain when love goes awry – and what we can learn from the monogamous prairie vole, this show mixes music, humor, and neuroscience for an unforgettable, educational evening.
At this special musical Science on Tap, OHSU neuroscientist Larry Sherman, Ph.D. will be joined by singer/songwriter Naomi LaViolette to present a fascinating multi-media discussion and concert on how the brain experiences pleasure. Join us for this immersive musical experience that mixes music, humor, and neuroscience for an unforgettable, educational evening!
Dr. Larry Sherman is a neuroscientist at OHSU researching neurodegenerative conditions and diseases. He is also president of the Society for Neuroscience chapter in Oregon and Southwest Washington. He is joined by singer, songwriter, and pianist Naomi LaViolette.
Vaccine cards required and checked at entry. Masks are recommended.
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
7:00 pm Pacific
8:30 am Pacific
General Admission: $25get tickets
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A note on advance ticket sales: There is an additional fee for purchase, but this ticket guarantees a seat at the event start time of 7:00pm. In the event of a sold-out show, tickets not redeemed by 7:10pm may be released. Advance ticket sales end at 12:00am the night before the show.