Dr Rana Dajani: The Biology of Friendship
Date/Time: Thursday 2 February 2023 09:30-10:15
Session No: 727
How do people interact with one another? And how does face-to-face interaction influence our interpersonal relations?
Discover how Dr Rana Dajani explains the psychological effects of friendships on the human body, as proven in recent academic studies. During this session, Dajani will use her in-depth research and insightful scientific perspective to tackle vital issues, including how we form friendships, the impact of reading on our cognitive activity and much, much more.
Dr Rana Dajani has a PhD in a molecular cell biology and is a Radcliffe Fellowship at Harvard University. She is a Fulbright Scholar and an Eisenhower Fellow.
Speaker at McGill University and the MIT Institute. She developed a community programme called We Love Reading to encourage children to read from a young age.
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