On the 9th of June 2021, the Eurolife Consortium will hold its semi-annual meeting, accompanied by the lecture in psychoneuroimmunology by Prof. Mats Lekander from Karolinska Institutet.
The main objective of the Eurolife semi-annual meetings is to review and evaluate the ongoing activities of the network, as well as to discuss new initatives and further developments. Due to the travel restrictions caused by the Covid19 pandemic, the upcoming meeting will be held online, hosted by Karolinska Institutet.
We are also honoured to host the lecture by Prof. Mats Lekander, who will offer a talk on the importance of behavior in the interplay between the brain, the endocrine and the immune system.
With a great pleasure, we invite all involved and interested in psychology, endocrinology, physiology, allergology and cognitive neuroscience to join the lecture and debate on how stress and sleep influences the immune system, and how the immune system in turn influences brain function, subjective (self-rated) health, pain sensitivity and social interactions, amongst other.
More details on the lecture, the exact time, as well as the link to the session will follow shortly.
For more on Prof. Mats Lekander, please read HERE
Upcoming Eurolife lecture in psychoneuroimmunology by Mats Lekanders from Karolinska Institute. Join us online in the morning of 9 June 2021 to learn about the importance of behavior in the interplay between the brain, the endocrine and the immune system.
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