Üsküdar University which is the first and only university to represent Turkey at G20 Summit while participating at 5. Brain Initiative / Neuroscience Summit, is preparing to attend 6. Neuroscience G20 Summit. The summit in which brain and spine health initiatives are to be evaluated, will be held on 27-28 June 2019 at Osaka University.
Üsküdar University which is the first and only university to represent Turkey at G20 Summit, is preparing to attend 6. Neuroscience G20 Summit.
Prof. Nevzat Tarhan will lecture on "Turkish Brain Project: Precision Medicine in Psychiatry".
The content of the lecture will state that precision medicine can be described as getting the right treatment at the right time to the right person. Prof. Tarhan and his team are developing more precise diagnostic categories based on biological, psychological, and socio-cultural variables. They are looking at specific mutations in relevant brain circuits that explain some cases of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or autism.
Consensus and partnerships are to be built
The 6. Neuroscience G20 Summit is organized in order to build global consensus and partnerships across the G20 nations on Brain and Spine Initiatives to rapidly introduce new diagnostics and Therapeutics for patients with neurological, neuro-psychiatric, mental and spine disorders.
The summit will be held on 27-28 June 2019
The theme of this year’s summit is to reduce healthcare costs and improving outcome through innovation and Neurotech developments. 6. Neuroscience G20 Summit will be held on 27-28 June 2019 at Osaka University, Nakanoshima Conference Hall.
What is N20?
The G20 World Brain Initiative Summit or Neuroscience-20 is aimed at bring together the ongoing and upcoming brain and spine initiatives across the G20 nations and the world by bringing the finest scientists, engineers, physicians, surgeons, industry leaders, academic institutions, non-profits and government agencies across the globe in order to rapidly introduce clinical solutions for patients with neurological disorders.