Jeddah forum focus on brain research
Jeddah, November 10, 2013
The world’s top inspirational thinkers and pioneers in the field of brain research and personalized healthcare will gather at a first of its kind symposium in the Middle East in Jeddah.
The Brain Forum will take place on December 3 and 4 at the Laylati Hall.
Renowned scientists from all over the world will present their latest discoveries and hold open discussions on the future of brain research and related healthcare challenges. The forum will also present new tools, technologies and other personalized healthcare innovations that could improve the diagnosis, management and treatment of brain disorders.
The forum will provide physicians, scientists, and business executives from both the public and private sectors opportunities to exchange ideas and share their thoughts on the future healthcare challenges and opportunities.
Dr Walid Juffali, who is hosting the event, said the forum comes within the framework of initiatives undertaken by the Saudi government to address national health priorities, including neurodegenerative diseases and brain disorders.
He said Saudi Arabia will benefit, greatly, from the leading scientists and global experts, and this will contribute to the improvement of medical technology as well as to support the government's efforts.
He added that the forum also falls under the tenets and guidelines of the W Science initiative.
W Science initiative was launched by Dr Walid Juffali to support outstanding scientific projects and facilitate collaborations among leading scientists working at the interfaces of different scientific disciplines to address unmet medical needs and improve the quality of personalized healthcare.
Among the speakers are some of the leading experts who through their pioneering work and leadership of major international scientific initiatives are playing major roles in shaping the future of brain research. – TradeArabia News Service
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