Wendy A. Suzuki, MD

Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a professor of neural science and psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. She received her undergraduate degree in physiology and human anatomy at University of California, Berkeley. She went on to earn her PhD in neuroscience from UC San Diego in 1993 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Institutes of Health before accepting her faculty position at New York University in 1998. She is author of Good Anxiety, Bad Anxiety and Healthy Brain, Happy Life. WendySuzuki.com

Brain Health

The Impact of COVID Lockdowns On Our Brains—Sarah Hiner Talks to Wendy Suzuki, PhD, Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at New York University’s Center for Neural Science

Lack of stimulation, loneliness and increased anxiety due the COVID lockdowns are taxing our brains, but thinking skills from long-term harm.

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