Date: 3-5 May 2019
Venue: Hilton Hotel, 488 George St, Sydney
Recent epidemiological studies have found a steady rise in mental and neurological disorders in Australia. Dementia is now the leading cause of death among females, surpassing heart disease, while almost half of the population (45.5%) experience a mental disorder at some point in their life.
The Symposium theme Mood, Genes and Cognition will explore the integrative health strategies for managing mental and neurological disorders, including the most complex cases. Key topics include: new therapies for Alzheimer’s; using genetic tests to improve autism and depression; and the gut-brain connection.
Keynote speakers include:
Dr Dale Bredesen (USA) – a global authority in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases.
Ms Amanda Archibald (USA) – a dietitian, nutritionist and public health advocate, who is a pioneer in the emerging discipline of culinary genomics.
Dr Jay Lombard (USA) – a world-renowned neurologist and author who specialises in creating solutions for brain health and intractable neurological disorders.
Dr Brandon Brock (USA) – a chiropractic neurologist, family nurse practitioner and nutritionist, who has a passion for providing easy-to-comprehend skills that can be utilised in a clinical setting.
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