Albany, NY – The Roundtable's Susan Arbetter and Joe Donahue speak about brain injuries and how to recover from them with Judit Avner, the Executive Director of the Brain Injury Association of New York Stae, Dr. Maria Lifrak, a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist, and brain injury survivor Erika Kirkiglue.
Albany, NY – Shannon Moffett is a Stanford Medical Student who has written a new book on the brain. It's called The Three-Pound Enigma and in it she trails pioneering neuroscientists into operating rooms, labs, and brain scanning centers to introduce us to the gream minds who study the human mind.
Susan Arbetter spoke with Shanon Moffett and asked her why she wanted to explore the inner workings of the brain.
Shannon Moffett's new book is called The Three-Pound Enigma. It's published by Algonquin.
Albany, NY – New York's Sherwood Boehlert joins Alan Chartock in the Congressional Corner to discuss NASA's federal funding, President Bush's American Competitiveness Initiative, and Iran's nuclear capabilities.
Albany, NY – It's not too early to think about spring flowers and today we're joined by two gardening experts from the Berkshire Botanical garden to talk about the plants that grow naturally in our region:
- John Parker: The Executive Director of the Berkshire Botanical Garden.
- Dorthe Hviid is the director of horticulture at the Berkshire Botanical Garden.
For more information about the Berkshire Botanical garden or any of their programs, visit: www.berkshirebotanical.org
Albany, NY – Every day in America, 2,300 children are reported missing. Today we'll meet some people from a a free investigation agency that specializes in finding missing children. It's called Child Find of America Inc. and it's a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and resolution of child abductions.
We're joined by:
- Donna Linder: Executive Director of Child Find America
- Elizabeth Norton Baker: President of Child Find's voluneer Board of Directors and former client.