European Task Force on Brain
rare genetic diseases.
Brains For Brain, WHAT FOR?
For understanding the brain, the fundamental organ of the central nervous system that controls all bodily activities and vital functions.
For creating an international network in the different fields of neurosciences and making information available to everyone, experts or patients, avoiding knowledge fragmentation and dispersion that bewilder those looking for answers and discourage who offers sustain.
For transforming research into a dynamic system that directly moves itself towards those who cannot or fail to do it, meeting their needs.
Brains For Brain, WHY?
As a choice: in a complex reality, in which individuals often experience feelings of injustice, everyone has the freedom and the right to associate his voice with that of other individuals supporting a high-profile ethical cause and identifying himself with it. Today this freedom can be exercised within an international project which is totally transparent in all its implementation phases, whose goals are related to Life, and it is almost impossible not to be involved by so much exclusive positivity.
B4B represents this positivity, which originates from the constant and daily commitment of clinicians and researchers who have chosen to combine and compare theoretical studies and clinical medical practice in order to encourage the exchange between scientific experts and different cultural heritages, for the understanding of diseases processes mechanisms and relative treatments.
B4B offers the possibility to rely on human brainpower recognizing the importance of each human identity and encountering the human need of personal growth and self improvement actions.
Brains For Brain, FOR WHO?
For each of us, because the brain is responsible not only of our cognitive functions, but also of all those motor, perceptual, linguistic, emotional and social skills. These are characteristic of any human being’s nature itself and they are not always properly recognized. Brain research, many aspects of which still need to be explored, can lead to important results relevant not only for the group of paediatric diseases that B4B is fighting, but for all those conditions characterized by CNS inflammation as well (eg Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, tumours, stroke, etc.).
For each of us, because research is a key element for the economic growth and development of a Country, and constitutes an important way for the exploitation of its own human capital resources.