Combating Chemobrain: It's Not Just in Your Head

Cancer, Community Events, Health & Wellness

Following chemotherapy, cancer survivors often find it more challenging to learn new tasks, remember words or do things as efficiently or quickly as they once did. IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher Brenna McDonald, Psy.D., studies this frustrating phenomenon.

In this Simon Says session, she will discuss how her research seeks to help survivors identify their challenges and apply strategies to mitigate memory problems.

Cancer survivor and IU School of Medicine Hematology Oncology Chief Fellow Meagan Miller, M.D., will moderate the event.

Register now and submit your questions.

Simon Says Expert Series

Following chemotherapy, cancer survivors often find it more challenging to learn new tasks, remember words or do things as efficiently or quickly as they once did. IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher Brenna McDonald, Psy.D., studies this frustrating phenomenon.

In this Simon Says session, she will discuss how her research seeks to help survivors identify their challenges and apply strategies to mitigate memory problems.

Cancer survivor and IU School of Medicine Hematology Oncology Chief Fellow Meagan Miller, M.D., will moderate the event.

Register now and submit your questions.

Following chemotherapy, cancer survivors often find it more challenging to learn new tasks, remember words or do things as efficiently or quickly as they once did. IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher Brenna McDonald, Psy.D., studies this frustrating phenomenon.

In this Simon Says session, she will discuss how her research seeks to help survivors identify their challenges and apply strategies to mitigate memory problems.

Cancer survivor and IU School of Medicine Hematology Oncology Chief Fellow Meagan Miller, M.D., will moderate the event.

Register now and submit your questions.

Simon Says Expert Series

Following chemotherapy, cancer survivors often find it more challenging to learn new tasks, remember words or do things as efficiently or quickly as they once did. IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher Brenna McDonald, Psy.D., studies this frustrating phenomenon.

In this Simon Says session, she will discuss how her research seeks to help survivors identify their challenges and apply strategies to mitigate memory problems.

Cancer survivor and IU School of Medicine Hematology Oncology Chief Fellow Meagan Miller, M.D., will moderate the event.

Register now and submit your questions.