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Good brain health plays a significant role in an individual’s well-being and collectively has a profound impact on the economy and society. Poor brain health, or brain disease, carries devastating public health, social and economic consequences. Therefore, understanding the brain, brain health, and brain disorders is essential to improving patients' health and quality of life. It also it offers a pathway to understanding the new economic and social reality.
On this occasion, the ICRI EBRAINS Side Event offers an excellent opportunity to learn more about how the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure is supporting the future of brain science.
During this one-hour session, you will have the chance to hear Keynote Speakers and renown scientists conversing about the essence of the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure:
Introduction of EBRAINS and moderation by Mr. Paweł Świeboda, CEO EBRAINS AISBL, Director General Human Brain Project
Leveraging the value of brain data by Prof. Dr. M.D. Jan Bjaalie, Professor at the University of Oslo, Leader of EBRAINS Data Services
The future of Brain Health within the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure by Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Petra Ritter, BIH Johanna Quandt Professor for Brain Simulation, Director Brain Simulation Section, Berlin Institute of Health & Dept. of Neurology, Charité University Hospital Berlin
Open Science and Brain Research by Prof. Dr. Yannis Ioannidis, ESFRI Executive Board Member, President of ACM, Professor of Informatics and Telecommunications at University of Athens, Affiliate Faculty at Athena Research and Innovation Center
A solution approach for EBRAINS Research Infrastructure by Prof. dr. ir. Liesbet Peeters, Professor at the Biomedical Research Institute and Data Science Institute of Hasselt University, Multiple Sclerosis Data Alliance Core Partner
Breakfast Session on Friday October 21 from 7:30 - 8:30 am CEST (ONSITE AND ONLINE)
Hotel Le Passage, venue of the ICRI event.
Hybrid event: please mention on the registration form if you want to follow the onsite or online session.
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