In 2006, EBC published a Consensus Document on European Brain Research, detailing the needs and achievements of brain research in Europe and presenting proposals for future research programs. The document underwent a major revision in 2011 and another one in 2015.
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EBC Consensus Statement: The need to expand brain research in Europe
In March 2016, EBC published an update to its Consensus Statement (previously released in 2006 and 2011) reiterating the urgent need to expand brain research in Europe. You can read the document by clicking on the image below.
In promoting brain health in Europe, EBC recognised the vital need to create a body of evidence supporting our call to give the brain a higher priority as well as to provide policy makers with the state-of-the-art knowledge concerning key needs in the field of brain research. EBC’s Consensus Statement was answering to this.
The Consensus Statement, prepared by EBC together with its members and partners and in collaboration with over 100 European scientists and patient representatives, presents proposals for future research programmes and describes the needs and achievements of research in Europe.
You can read the document by clicking on the image below.