Brain Development & Learning: Making Sense of the Science is an outstanding interdisciplinary conference dedicated to improve children's lives by making revolutionary research in neuroscience, child psychology, & medicine understandable & related to those who work with children on a regular basis. The conference will focus on social pediatrics featuring a powerful approach to sustaining child development in underserved communities. It will display the research result regarding the lifelong effects of good parenting; how experience affects gene expression, oxytocin, vasopressin, and love; implications for mental health & mental illness; and factors regulating the bond between parents & newborns. The 3rd Biennial Conference on Brain Development & Learning: Making Sense of the Science will also cover the conversation on the effects of early experience offering deep insight concerning nutrition in the womb and its lifelong consequences for health, interactions between the brain and the immune system in the development of schizophrenia and autism and lots more.
The targeted visitors at the 3rd Biennial Conference on Brain Development & Learning: Making Sense of the Science 2010 are:
- Medical Professionals
- Young Scientists
- Related professionals
University of British Columbia