International Cultural Neuroscience Society

 

ICNS Forum

 

ICNS 2020 Meeting on Health and Well-Being

 

9 October 2020

Bethesda USA

 

ICNS Forum on Cultural Neuroscience and Human Rights

 

Ensuring good health and well-being is necessary for sustainable development.  Mental health and well-being are a fundamental component of the fulfillment of economic social and cultural rights.  Research in cultural neuroscience contributes to the discovery and delivery science of cures, preventions and interventions in global mental health.  The goal of this meeting is to discuss contributions in cultural neuroscience to achievement of the highest standards of health and well-being as a fulfillment of economic, social and cultural rights.  The presenters will speak on cultural neuroscience and the fulfillment of human rights.

 

ICNS Forum Registration

 

ICNS Forum Program

 

ICNS Symposium on Cultural Neuroscience and Public Policy

 

Dr. Joan Chiao, International Cultural Neuroscience Consortium

 

Dr. Georg Northoff, University of Ottawa

                                                           

                                                            ICNS Forum Discussion Panel

                                                           

                                                      I      ICNS Forum Poster Session                                                   

 

ICNS Forum Closing Remarks

 

 

Co-Sponsor International Cultural Neuroscience and Human Rights Network