2014 To Be the Year of the Brain News Round-Up July 2013 1st Edition (Updated 14th July 2013)

There is a recent case study of Olfactory Reference Syndrome misattributed to Trimethylaminuria in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease .

The Royal College of Psychiatrists in conjunction with several mental health charities have responded to the refreshing of the NHS mandate by emphasising the need for parity of physical and mental health problems.

Neurologist and writer Professor Oliver Sacks has written an excellent piece on his experience of aging as he approaches his 80th birthday.


brain.1There is a new pan-European project to allow researchers to access imaging technologies for use in biology and medicine.



There is an upcoming film event at the Freudian Film Clip Club on 10th July in London featuring a screening of the film ‘flight’.

The European Neuroscience Association have announced 2014 as the ‘Year of the Brain’.


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