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Welcome to the Neuroscience Initiative!

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The Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation is a non-profit charity organization for the advancement of neurological and mental health patient welfare, education, and research.  We aim to further brain related studies, end stigmatization and discrimination, improve the well-being of afflicted individuals, promote the free and open-access distribution of brain related information, and institute universal and multidisciplinary distance educational programs.

For further information on the Initiative, visit our Forex section and Project Directory for a listing of active missions.  If you wish to join our efforts, become a Volunteer and Executive Member (we never institute membership dues).


Mental Health Report Announcements: Initiative Releases a Revealing Report on Mental Health Stigmatization
neuro "A report commissioned by Director Shaheen Lakhan and reported by researcher and faculty member Christine Loftus entitled "Mental Health Stigmatization: A Report of the Neuroscience Initiative" reveals the evolving nature and societal conceptions of mental health and mental illness. The report describes the devastating affects of stigmatization and discrimination, even practiced by medical professionals, and how the Initiative seeks to combat such practices (the Living with a Brain Disorder project and Ethics In Mental Health campaign)."

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