The First International Neuroscience Forum “Neurotechnology and Brain Mapping” was opened with the support of the Cognitive Science and Technologies Council at Shiraz.
Date : 2018-10-24
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The First International Neuroscience Forum aiming at transferring recent findings and advancements in the field of neurotechnology and brain mapping was opened by the support of Cognitive Science and Technologies Council at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences.
In this international meeting, researchers and scientists in basic and clinical neuroscience field will share recent views and advancements of neuroscience.
In this international forum, researchers and experts will explain scientific findings in the terms of brain structure, brain cognitive mapping, computational neuroscience, deep brain stimulation systems, electrophysiology, neural rehabilitation and prospects of neural system implants.
In this meeting, clinical and research views for neurological diseases will also be discussed and professional meetings related to ethical and educational elements of neuroscience will be hold for researchers and the interested individuals.
Dr. Sina Salehi, scientific secretory of the forum in an interview with the news service of the council mentioned the brain cognitive mapping, computational neuroscience, electrophysiology, neural system implants, neurocognitive rehabilitation using neurotechnology, brain connectomics and brain psychology as the main themes of this forum.
He also added that neuroscience is a recent course in the edge of science and achieving advancements in this field is considered as a fundamental step to meet specialized needs of the country.
He said “to improve and develop this field of science in Fars province , neuroscience is created as a major in PhD level at the Shiraz Neuroscience Research Center and we will continue our efforts to get necessary permissions to enroll students in PhD of neurotechnology”.
The First International Neuroscience Forum “Neurotechnology and Brain Mapping” was opened by Shiraz Neuroscience Research Center with the support of the Cognitive Science and Technologies Council, the National Brain Mapping Institute and some other organizations on Wednesday (2nd of Aban) at the Shiraz University of Medical Sciences and will be continued for three days.