The Clinical Neuroscience Australia interest group will host their next webinar on Neurotransmitters and Novel Approaches to Inflammation presented by Dr Igor Tabrizian and will be held Wednesday 26 September 2018.
Dr Tabrizian finished medical school at UWA in 1982. He worked in hospital medicine in Australia and abroad for 14 years before venturing into a combined private practice of General practice and anaesthetics. In 1999 he began practice solely in nutritional medicine. He has written many articles and books and e-books on nutritional medicine (Nutritional Medicine: Fact & fiction) and more formal textbooks for medical practitioners (a visual textbook of Nutritional Medicine and how to read a 21st century hair analysis). He lectures regularly and is involved with mentoring for local and overseas practitioners in the specialty of Nutritional Medicine. He is in clinical practice in Western Australia with a long term interest in neurotransmitters and inflammation.
The concept and implementation of mind-body medicine pre-dated by some years (maybe decades) the unifying concept of neuro-immunochemistry. But many times in science (perhaps all times) belief precedes explanation. After all how does one come up with the hypothesis to be tested?
- Understand the bigger picture of cell-signalling
- Understand the wider functions of neurotransmitters e.g. central and peripheral
- Understand the mechanisms of innate pain and inflammation relief
- Appreciate the dietary impact on pain and inflammation
Title: Neurotransmitters and Novel Approaches to Inflammation
Date: Wednesday 26 September 2018
Time: 8:00pm to 9:00pm AEST
Cost: FREE for CCNA members and students
ACA members $33
Non ACA members $66