The 10th Mind-Body Interface (MBI) International Symposium is to be held in Taichung on Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2020.
The main theme this year is “The Mind Maze: Early Life Experiences That Shape Adult Health of Mind and Body”. Early-life stress (ELS) is a well-established risk factor in the development and the unfavourable course of many physical and psychiatric disorders. ELS could be widely defined with a broad aspect, from emotional and physical adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), early-life mental disorders, to lifestyle and nutritional imbalances. Biological evidence suggests that ELS leads to transcriptional and epigenetic dysregulations, immune and neuroendocrine dysregulations, structural and function brain changes, behavioral and cognitive dysfunctions, and several other endophenotypes that are associated with adulthood health of mind and body.
*Deadline for Abstract Submission: May 31, 2020
*Deadline for Travel Award Application: May 31, 2020
*Notification of Submission Acceptance: Jun 30, 2020
*Deadline for Early Bird’s Registration: Aug 1, 2020
*Deadline for Online Registration: Oct 20, 2020