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Our Public Programs

Science and community come together at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute. We are delighted to call Manhattanville home and eager to share with our neighbors the challenge and excitement of learning how our minds and brains work.

Students learn about the wonders of the brain at the 2016 Community Brain Expo (Credit: Michael DeVito).

Discover Science with Us

Our Education Lab is open year-round and hosts a variety of hands-on brain science programs in the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, located at 609 W 129th St. Designed with feedback from the community, these programs harness the groundbreaking research of the Institute in creative ways for school children, families, after-school groups, teachers and adults. Contact us to learn more about our programs; we have only just begun!

Explore Health and Wellness with Us

Opening later in 2017, a specially designed Community Wellness Center on the ground floor of the Greene Science Center will provide health resources to serve area residents. Physicians from Columbia University Medical Center will host community-based initiatives that train members of the Harlem community and beyond to become health advocates to prevent stroke and promote mental health. The center will also provide free cholesterol and blood pressure screenings.

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Sep 18 2017 6:30 pm
Lecture

Confronting Mental Health Disparities with Community Partnerships

Featuring Sidney Hankerson, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center

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