Adele Myers gives public lecture on application of AI to women's brain health
Fifty percent of the world's population experiences menstrual cycles, pregnancy, and menopause and >80% of females aged 18-64 have used contraceptives. Yet, only a small fraction of research has been dedicated to understanding how these processes impact the female brain.
Join Adele Myers as she delves into the understudied field of female reproductive health and its effects on the brain. In this talk, she will show how cutting-edge AI can help understand shape changes in the female brain during hormonal fluctuations associated with the menstrual cycle.
Adele Myers, Ph.D student in the Geometric Intelligence Lab, will give a public lecture in downtown Santa Barbara on March 21st. In partnership with the Jacobs Lab and the Ann S. Bowers Women Brain Health Initiative.