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Lecture: “Impact of Music on the Human Brain” with Ghodsi Madani, M.D.
April 6, 2022 | 6:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Graduate Student Association of Iranians at Duke (GSAID) & Iranian Cultural Society of NC (ICSNC), and the Duke University Emamian Lectureship present a lecture by Dr. Ghodsi Madani titled “Impact of Music on the Human Brain.” Dr. Madani is a Board-Certified Allergist/Immunologist from UCLA with 35 years in private practice. Graduate of Tehran University, School of Medicine.
This lecture will be conducted in English. Free and open to the public.
Please join us at the following link:
Meeting ID: 961 5510 7120.
Wednesday, April 6 | 6:45pm
Co-sponsors: Dr. Ali and Parvin Jarrahi; Duke University Middle Eastern Studies Center; Duke Persian Studies Program; Duke Islamic Studies Center; Duke University Libraries; Graduate & Professional Student Government (GPSG); Persian Studies Program at UNC Chapel Hill.