Scientists Reveal a Key Link between Brain Circuits Governing Hunger and Cravings

BOSTON – The urge to satisfy hunger is a primal one, but – as any dieter knows – choices about when and what to eat can be influenced by cues in the environment, not just how long it’s been since breakfast. The fact that food-associated visual cues in television commercials and on highway signs can contribute to overeating is well-documented. But how exactly do these external signals trigger cravings and influence behavior? ...
— Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Art meets science.

The Harvard Integrated Life Sciences have supported Kelly McGuire and Kelsey Adams (Catteruccia Lab) to host and curate Art/Image/Science, an art gallery and reception intending to bring scientists and non-scientists together to enjoy the diversity of the systems we explore. 

Show 1/6/17 - 3/3/17. Reception 2/23/17. CGIS Knafel Building, 1737 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02138.