How is the pandemic affecting our immune system?

Donna Jackson Nakazawa introduces her upcoming webinar course about the intersections of trauma, inflammation, epigenetic influence, and disease expression. And what the research says about recovery.


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The Brain, Inflammation, & Recovery In the time of COVID


Course by Donna Jackson Nakazawa

With award-winning science journalist, author, and speaker Donna Jackson Nakazawa, this three-part weekly webinar course explores what we know now about the immune system, the impact of trauma and inflammation on the brain, and emerging understanding about how recovery may be possible even in a pandemic. Timely and evidence-based from one of the most eloquent voices of our time, you won't want to miss this.

Eligible for 3 CEs

Inspiring possibilities, and critical understanding. In the midst of difficulty, this is a course for our time.

Registration is open now. This one is a discussion among participants, Sebern Fisher and Donna Jackson Nakazawa. Join us! After entering your email, you'll be taken to the registration checkout.

About Donna Jackson Nakazawa

Award-winning journalist, internationally-acclaimed speaker, Donna Jackson Nakazawa explores the intersection of neuroscience, immunology, and human emotion. With a  mission to translate emerging science so that individuals can find new layers of healing, she is the author of six books. Her newest, The Angel and the Assassin: The Tiny Brain Cell That Changed the Course of Medicine (Random House/Ballantine), named one of the best books of 2020 by Wired, elucidates the biological basis behind the mind-body connection and offers us a radically reconceived picture of human health.

Donna’s other books include Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, How You Can Heal (Atria/Simon & Schuster, 2015), and more. Her writing has been widely published, including in Wired, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, Aeon, Parenting, AARP The Magazine, and Glamour. Having appeared on The Today Show, National Public Radio, NBC News, and ABC News, she is also a regular speaker at universities, conferences, and hospitals, including the 2020 Harvard Division of Science and Harvard Cabot Science Library Series, 2016 Johns Hopkins Conference on Trauma-Informed Healing, and the 2012 International Congress on Autoimmunity.