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Super Adult Seminar Series Guide

About the Seminar

The Aging Brain:

What Does It Mean to the Super Adult?

In this presentation, Dr. Peter Shedden, MD will describe the brain, aging, and ways that you can maintain brain fitness. 


Tuesday, September 27th                                   1:00 - 3:00 p.m.          TUC                       Shedden


Dr. Peter Shedden

Dr. Peter Shedden is a neurosurgeon in The Woodlands, Texas and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Houston Northwest Medical Center and St. Luke's The Woodlands Hospital. He received his medical degree from Queen's University at Kingston and has been in practice for more than 20 years. 

Book Recommendations

These books are available through the library catalog at various library locations. 

You can request these physical books from other library locations and have them sent to LSC-Montgomery Library or your local public library.

To Place a Hold:

1.  Click on the cover of the book.

2.  Select "Place Hold."

3.  Enter your Library Barcode and Pin number.

4.  Choose LSC-Montgomery for delivery or you can choose your local public library. (Free Service)

If you need additional help, call us at (936) 273-7387.

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Recommended Websites

The Aging Brain on YouTube

Charlie Rose:  The Aging Brain

As part of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, Eric Kandel of Columbia University, and neuroscientists Brenda Milner, Larry Squire, John Hardy, and Scott Small share their research on the aging brain and memory.