International Forum on Women's Brain and Mental Health on «Sex & Gender Differences in Mental and Neurological Disease: The Gateway to Precision Medicine»
The Women's Brain Project (WBP) is thrilled to announce in collaboration with Life Science Zurich the International Forum on Women's Brain and Mental Health which is taking place on 8 & 9 June 2019 at the University of Zurich. We have an exiting scientific program taking shape. It includes innovative technologis/AI and experts from a range of disciplines, companies, and academic institutions that will be coming together, alongside patiens, unter the WBP banner.
The agenda is available on the website, which is also where you can register.
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A first-of-its-kind, premier life science conference with two back-to-back meetings connecting young professionals across academia, industry and decision-makers in science. The synergistic goals of this two-day conference were:
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As in previous years the industry exhibition and the poster sessions were an important part of the meeting.
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