Le professeur Yehezkel Ben-Arin de l’INMED Marseille présente une conférence sur l’autisme le 23 septembre.
Professor Yehezkel Ben-Ari is one of the leading neuroscientists in Europe. He discovered that nerve cells in the brain may fail to connect adequately causing diseases like epilepsy and autism. He will present evidences that the high oxytocin levels during birth have neuroprotective and analgesic effects on the newborn brain. This protective mechanism has been shown to be abolished in animal models of autism. It can be restored by administration of a diuretic which attenuates the severity of autism. This drug has also been found to ameliorate the severity of the syndrome in children.
Conférence : Neuroarcheology and neuropediatric diseases
Lieu : Aula Nanna Svartz, Karolinska Institutet, Solnavägen 7, Solna
Date : mercredi 23 septembre à 16h15
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