Events

July
8
3:00pm-4:00pm
virtual
How to Prevent Brain Aging

REGISTRATION REQUIRED
virtual event

Our cognitive abilities - thinking, remembering, organizing, planning, decision making - affect how well we are able to do everyday tasks. As we age, changes occur in all parts of our body, including the brain.

Join us for a presentation on how to prevent brain aging during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library.

Halina White, M.D. is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Register online here.
man and woman talking
July
8
3:00pm-4:00pm
Our cognitive abilities - thinking, remembering, organizing, planning and decision-making - affect how well we are able to do everyday tasks. As we age, changes occur in all parts of our body, including the brain. Join Halina White, M.D., Weill Cornell Medicine assistant clinical neurology professoror, for this brain aging prevention presentation.
July
22
3:00pm-4:00pm
virtual
Stress Management

REGISTRATION REQUIRED
virtual event

During these uncertain times, as we try to navigate our daily lives, we often face situations that feel taxing on our emotional and physical resources.

Join us for a seminar on how to identify causes of stress and discussion of practical, effective tools to reduce and manage stress during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library.

Judith Cukor, PhD is an Associate Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Dr. Cukor is a clinical psychologist with specialized training and expertise in the fields of behavioral medicine, trauma, and cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and depression. She works in the area of stress and resilience with diverse populations including first responders, academic institutions, medical centers and legal and financial institutions.

Register online here.
woman holding her head, appears as though it hurts.
July
22
3:00pm-4:00pm
REGISTRATION REQUIRED virtual event During these uncertain times, as we try to navigate our daily lives, we often face situations that feel taxing on our emotional and physical resources. Join us for a seminar on how to identify causes of stress and discussion of practical, effective tools to reduce and manage stress during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library. Judith Cukor, PhD is an Associate Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine. Dr. Cukor is a clinical psychologist with specialized training and expertise in the fields of behavioral medicine, trauma, and cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and depression. She works in the area of stress and resilience with diverse populations including first responders, academic institutions, medical centers and legal and financial institutions.
August
5
3:00pm-4:00pm
In-Person
Headaches & Migraine

REGISTRATION REQUESTED
In-person event; seating is limited.
Registered seating will be released to walk-ins at 3:00 PM.

Location: New York Public Library: Webster Library (1465 York Ave, New York, NY 10021)

What are headaches, and when should we be concerned? What are the 5 phases of migraine? How can we gain control, what treatment is available to me?

Join us for a presentation on headaches and migraine during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library to answer these questions and more!

Susan W. Broner, M.D. is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine and Medical Director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Headache Program.

Dr. Broner is board certified in Headache Medicine as well as Neurology, and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of
headache disorders including migraine and its variants, cluster headache and other forms of chronic and episodic headache.

Register online here.
woman laying on couch with cold compress on her head
August
5
3:00pm-4:00pm
New York Public Library: Webster Library
REGISTRATION REQUESTED In-person event; seating is limited. Registered seating will be released to walk-ins at 3:00 PM. What are headaches, and when should we be concerned? What are the 5 phases of migraine? How can we gain control, what treatment is available to me? Join us for a presentation on headaches and migraine during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library to answer these questions and more! Susan W. Broner, M.D. is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine and Medical Director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Headache Program. Dr. Broner is board certified in Headache Medicine as well as Neurology, and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders including migraine and its variants, cluster headache and other forms of chronic and episodic headache.
August
19
4:00pm-5:00pm
virtual
Falls Prevention

REGISTRATION REQUIRED
virtual event

More than 1 in 3 people 65 years or older fall each year. The risk of falling, and subsequently fall-related problems, rises with age.

Do not let the fear of falling keep you from living an active, independent life. Join us for a seminar on how to prevent falls, including a discussion of practical, effective tools to avoid, reduce and manage falling during the Weill Cornell Medicine Wellness Series at the Webster Library.

Tony E. Rosen, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Dr. Rosen is a researcher in elder abuse and geriatric injury prevention at Weill Cornell Medicine. His research focuses on improving identification, intervention, and prevention of elder abuse in the Emergency Department and other health care settings. 

His research has explored forensic injury patterns in physical elder abuse, identifying specific, clinically detectable differences between unintentional injuries and those from abuse.

Register online here.
two women looking out of a door. Younger woman is comforting older woman who appears concerned.
August
19
4:00pm-5:00pm
More than one in three people 65 years or older fall each year. The risk of falling and subsequent fall-related problems rises with age. Do not let the fear of falling keep you from living an active, independent life. Join Tony Rosen to learn how to prevent falls, including a discussion of practical, effective tools to avoid, reduce and manage falling. Tony E. Rosen, M.D., MPH, a Weill Cornell Medicine associate emergency medicine professor, is an elder abuse and geriatric injury prevention researcher. His research focuses on improving identification, intervention and prevention of elder abuse. He has explored physical elder abuse forensic injury patterns, identifying specific, clinically detectable differences between unintentional injuries and those from abuse.

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