UNC researcher studies the human brain with classical music

By David Saff

Vida Strings Quartet practices for upcoming performance. (David Saff / Carolina Connection).

The brain is a complex structure. Flavio Frolich, a UNC researcher, set out to understand it. While other neuroscientists study the chemistry and structure of the brain, he studies networks of brains interacting together. To do this, he combines his passions of science and classical music by observing the brainwaves of a string quartet. 

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