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Dear Friends,

Thank you for participating in UCLA's Friends of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital Board of Advisors virtual Open Mind/#WOW program. We were pleased to host this zoom event with Judson Brewer, M.D., Ph.D. and Julienne Bower, Ph.D. We hope that you found their conversation meaningful and inspiring and that you received some practical and clinically proven tips for Unwinding Anxiety. If your friends, family or colleagues were not able to join us yesterday, they can view the program on our YouTube channel. 

To purchase a copy of Unwinding Anxiety visit: https://drjud.com/book 

General website (with free resources for the public, and a free healthcare provider course): Dr. JUD and
UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center 

Our next virtual Open Mind/#WOW program on Autism will be held Wednesday, April 7th at 12PM (please note the time). We are excited to welcome Simon-Baron Cohen, author of the new critically acclaimed book The Pattern Seekers: How Autism Drives Human Invention, Cambridge University Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, and Director of the Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University. Daniel Geschwind, M.D., Ph.D. , Professor of Human Genetics, Neurology, and Psychiatry at UCLA and Director of the Center for Autsim Research and Treatment at the Semel Institute will join Simon Baron-Cohen in conversation. 

You can register for this event here.

We invite you to visit our website, friendsofthesemelinstitute.org to see a calendar of upcoming Open Mind/#WOW programs and our library of videos from past presentations. There you will also find information about The Friends Research Scholar Program that awards grants to early career neuroscientists who are at the forefront of new discoveries about the mind and brain and our newly launched Open Mind Film Festival for Mental Health, now open to all high school students in the country. The Resnick Board supports early career clinicians through the Clinical Innovation Grants program.

We deeply appreciate the support of our audience members who make it possible for us to continue to bring renowned speakers and films about mental health issues as a free public service to the community. If you are able, we hope you will support us as generously as you can. Your contribution will be 100% tax deductible.

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