What are the common threads that enable survivors of illness, trauma, and prejudice to triumph over their challenges? Cancer survivor Sharlee Jeter and co-author Sampson Davis M.D. meet with neuroscientist Heather Berlin, a Brainwave regular, to examine how people have overcome cancer, poverty, toxic relationships, racism, violence, career roadblocks, and other obstacles.
Presented with The Lymphoma Research Foundation.
You live inside your head every day, but do you understand how it works? Brainwave, the Rubin’s longest-running program series, investigates how our minds shape our everyday experiences, incorporating Eastern and Western philosophy, science, art, and other disciplines. Every spring, a unique theme unifies the Rubin Museum’s programs, including on-stage conversations between neuroscientists and notable personalities, films, and immersive visitor experiences.