Neuroscience, mental health and the immune system: overcoming the brain-mind-body trichotomy.

Abstract:

:Psychiatry is having a great time. Over the last few years, we have seen an exceptional explosion in neuroscience knowledge, and especially in our understanding of the molecular mechanisms through which environmental and genetic factors affect the brain and regulate behaviour, while at the same interacting with peripheral ('body') functions. While this explosion, and its translational implications, can be seen across a variety of fields, this editorial will focus on one particular area where these developments have been more noticeable: the interaction between neuroscience, mental health and the immune system. This editorial will focus on the broader impact of this discipline as an example of successful translational neuroscience overcoming the brain-mind-body trichotomy.

authors

Pariante CM

doi

10.1017/S204579601500089X

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-04-01 00:00:00

pages

101-5

issue

2

eissn

2045-7960

issn

2045-7979

pii

S204579601500089X

journal_volume

25

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