David Eagleman

Neuroscientist and author

Neuroscientist and author of the book: Livewired: The Inside Story of The Ever-Changing Brain." He heads the Center for Science and Law, a national non-profit institute, and serves as an adjunct professor at Stanford University.

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Brain fog has been described as one of long term impacts of COVID-19 —but what’s actually happening within our brains and why is it so hard to remember what happened just last week?

‘Living dynamic electric fabric’ — How our brains are wired for change

Brain fog has been described as one of long term impacts of COVID-19 —but what’s actually happening within our brains and why is it so hard to remember what happened just last week?

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