The Lunchtime Learning presentation, “The Mind-Gut Connection,”
featuring Emeran Mayer, MD, will be held on Tuesday, April 17 from 12:00
to 1:00 p.m. in the Moose-Wapiti classroom at St. John’s Medical Center.
In this presentation, Dr. Mayer will discuss the connection between the
brain, gut, and microbiome; the effects of diet,
stress, and emotions; and the impact of diet.
One of the pioneers and leading researchers in the role of mind-brain-body
interactions in health and chronic disease, Dr. Mayer is a gastroenterologist,
neuroscientist, and professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at
UCLA. He is the executive director of the
G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience at UCLA, and co-director of the CURE: Digestive Diseases Research Center.
The Mind-Gut Connection, was published by Harper Wave in 2016.
The Lunchtime Learning presentation is free, and no tickets are required.
The Moose-Wapiti classroom is located downstairs at St. John’s Medical
Center at 625 E. Broadway. Enter through the Emergency Department, and
take the stairs (on the right after the first set of doors) or the elevator
(on the right through the second set of doors) to the lower level.
This event is presented by St. John’s Medical Center Words on Wellness,
which is supported in part by the St. John’s Hospital Foundation.
For more information, please call St. John’s Wellness at 739-7399
Media Contact: Karen Connelly, email@example.com, 307-739-7380
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hospital, primary care and specialty physician practices, and a long-term
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