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Brain Mapping Symposium in September

Brain Mapping Symposium in September Brain Mapping Symposium in September

Iran’s National Brain Mapping Laboratory (NBML) is organizing a symposium on the latest findings of “brain mapping” for September 24-25.

The two-day gathering, supported by the Presidential Office for Science and Technology, will host ministers and lecturers from Iran’s Cognitive Sciences and Technologies Council and Tehran University of Medical Sciences, according to the Vice Presidency’s official website.

Organizations attending are the highest ranking research centers in the country providing brain image processing services.

Brain mapping is a set of neuroscience techniques predicated on the mapping of (biological) quantities or properties onto spatial representations of the (human or non-human) brain resulting in maps.

According to the NBML website “The symposium will seek to facilitate the development and growth of neuro-imaging and brain modulation fields, support research and technical requirements in these fields and provide related knowledge-based and up-to-date services.”

Ten workshops are planned on the sidelines of the event as well as booths showcasing the achievements of Iranian scientists and researchers.

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