How Can We Keep Our Brains Strong and Healthy? With Dr. Max Cynader

When we’re young, we often take our brains for granted. As we age, however, many of us see warning signs that could indicate changes in our brain health. Even simple memory lapses such as forgotten names or misplaced keys can be alarming, especially if they become frequent. However, research shows that making simple lifestyle changes can improve our brain health while boosting our memory and brain power. It’s never too late, or early, to make these changes. Our panel of experts provides the steps you can take to keep your brain strong and healthy for years to come.


Dr. Max CynaderCM, OBC, PhD, FRSC, FCAHS – Director, Brain Research Centre and the Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health, UBC; Canada Research Chair in Brain Development and Professor of Ophthalmology, UBC


Dr. Brian Christie – Michael Smith Senior Scholar and an Associate Professor of Medicine and Neuroscience, University of Victoria
Dr. Alexandre Henri-Bhargava – Behavioural Neurologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at UBC