Join us for the Brain health across the lifespan public conference – last few tickets remaining

Are you interested in hearing from some of Europe’s leading brain health experts on mental health and well-being?

Then book one of the last remaining  free tickets to our ‘Brain health across the lifespan’ public conference aimed at healthcare specialists, researchers, patient groups, professional societies and patients with an interest in brain health before registration ends on 8th October.

Jointly organised by the EU-funded Silver Santé Study and Lifebrain Project as well as the German Brain Council, the event will take place in Berlin on Wednesday 6th November and will cover topics such as promoting healthy brain ageing, styles of thinking and how they affect dementia risk, and whether video gaming affects the brain.

Experts from the Silver Santé Study, Lifebrain and the German Brain Council will discuss the latest experimental approaches and evidence from these two major European research consortia regarding the impact of socioeconomic factors, physical activity, nutrition, and mental training on cognitive function, mental health, and well-being throughout life.

These results will also be explored in light of prevention and intervention strategies for brain disorders. The conference will gather European speakers from different research areas including psychology, neurology, neuroimaging, psychiatry, genetics, epidemiology, molecular biology, and medicine. Click here to download the full conference programme.

Anyone wishing to attend the conference must register via our Eventbrite page before 8th October 2019. A maximum of 180 places are available on a first come, first served basis.

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