Melissa Hines – Does Testosterone Shape the Gender of the Human Brain?

april, 2013

02apr4:00 pm5:00 pmMelissa Hines - Does Testosterone Shape the Gender of the Human Brain?

Event Details

Professor of Psychology at Cambridge University and ISG Visting Scholar, Melissa Hines, will be delivering the Distinguished Sawyer Lecture as part of the LNE speaker series at UCLA. Hines specialises in human gender development and is the Director of the Hormones and Behaviour Research Lab at the University of Cambridge. With an educational and professional background in personality and developmental psychology, as well as neuroscience and clinical practice, Professor Hines brings a distinct, multifaceted perspective to her teaching and research.

Professor Hines received a B.A. in Psychology from Princeton University, and her Ph.D. in Psychology from UCLA.

Sponsored by The Brain Research Institute, The Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA



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