Of Mind and Music
Join us at 6:00 pm on February 21, 2018 when
The Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging
OF MIND AND MUSIC: A MOVIE FEATURE
“Outstanding performances | Superb cinematography | Gorgeous musical score”
Location: Maglione Hall, 5th Floor, the Sie Complex @ the University of DenverAddress: 2201 S. Gaylord Street, Denver, CO 80208
A renowned neuroscientist (Joaquim de Almeida) tries to find the long-lost son (Marcus Lyle Brown) of a talented singer (Aunjanue Ellis) who has Alzheimer's disease. You will love this story about science and music, about a terrible disease, and the impactful effect of music for those suffering from dementia. Please join us for a wine and cheese reception before the movie, then stay after for an interview with Dr. Nicholas Bazan about the movie and his research.
Director: Richie Adams
Music composed by: Carlos José Alvarez
Screenplay: Richie Adams, Dr. Nicolas Bazan
Executive Producer: Dr. Nicolas Bazan
Producers: Richie Adams, Brent Caballero, Nancy Green-Keyes
Cast: Ruth Negga, Aunjanue Ellis, Joaquim de Almeida, Bill Cobbs, Sharon Lawrence
Limited seating. RSVP here and make a donation. Please print your donation page and bring it with you to the movie as your ticket.
Suggested donation: $10 per person (Students: $5). Donations will go to Alzheimer’s Association.
Dr. Nicolas Bazan
Nicolas G. Bazan is a neuroscientist and eye researcher, author, educator, mentor, entrepreneur, music enthusiast, and art lover. His research focuses on neurodegenerative diseases, aiming to understand endogenous modulation of neuroinflammatory signaling, with a lifelong quest to help people affected by stroke, Alzheimer's disease, pain, blindness, and other diseases. He has written two books: The Dark Madonna: A Fable of Resilience and Imagination and Una Vida: A Fable of Music and the Mind, from which this movie is based.
Nicolas G. Bazan received his MD from the University of Tucuman School of Medicine, Argentina (1965) and was a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons and Harvard Medical School (1965–1968). He became the founding director of the LSUHSC Neuroscience Center of Excellence in 1989. In 2017, Dr. Bazan was named Foreign Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience at the prestigious Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. His work has been ground-breaking, including discovery of novel lipid mediators involved in vision, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Thursday, February 22: KIHA presents a seminar by Dr. Bazan at 10 AM | Maglione Hall, 5th Floor, Sie Complex
Seminar Topic: The discovery of elovanoids: Novel lipid mediators that target pro-homeostatic signaling hubs to sustain brain functional integrity
Note: There is no suggested donation for the seminar.
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