NAS Academy – Certificate Program
Neuroanalysis conceptualizes mental disorders as brain disorders, Clinical Brain Profiling is the roadmap to getting there and Brain Profiler software and technology is the vehicle for achieving that goal. NAS is dedicated to advance and promote the science of Neuroanalysis throughout the psychiatric community and train psychiatrists as Neuroanalysts to discover and develop brain-related effective treatments for mental disorders.
By the end of the program participants should be able to reconceptualize mental disorders as brain disorders, use Clinical Brain Profiling in conjunction with Brain Profiler software to discover the ethology (causes) of mental disorders and the development of lasting effective therapies thus worthy of the title Neuroanalysts.
This program is designed for:
- Undergraduate and graduate/residency psychiatry students
Syllabus of Courses
Introduction to Neuroanalysis
Phenomenology-to-aetiology: discovering the causes of mental disorders.
Introduction to CBP (Clinical Brain Profiling)
Clinical Brain Profiling generates a detailed translation of psychiatric phenomenology to patterns of hypothesized brain network disturbances. The translation is based on the literature of computational neuroscience to comply with the most cutting-edge knowledge we have on brain functions. Such detailed translation of psychiatric phenomenology into brain disturbance constitutes a roadmap a blueprint toward research and discovery.
Advanced applications to CBP
- Introduction to Brain Profiling software and technology
Brain Profiler software is designed to provide the digital software and Apps that will generate the datasets which will prove and validate the Neuroanalytic formulations and the Clinical Brain Profiling predictions.
- Real-life applications to Brain Profiling
Detailed translation of psychiatric phenomenology into brain disturbance constitutes a roadmap a blueprint toward research and discovery
- The Neuroanalyst’s role in psychiatry today
- Creating the Neuroanalyst’s path and creed
- The future of psychiatry through neuroanalysis: Integrated interventions