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Monday, 1 May 2017

UK-based psychiatrist collaborates with city musicians to connect neuroscience and arts

UK-based psychiatrist collaborates with city musicians to connect neuroscience and arts
- Gearing up for the unique Live Analysis UK tour that highlights the same, she speaks to us about what went into her research. "The tour format is intended to promote and showcase a harmonious fusion/balance between neuroscience and the creative arts for healthier minds, bodies and societies. The tour is unique in format and presentation as it incorporates a myriad diverse creative and scientific areas (Music, Art, Neuroscience, Medicine, Mental Health), alongside an amalgamation of Neuroscience and the creative arts. The events are all geared around Mental Health Awareness week, the UK Medical Women Federation Centenary Celebrations and as part of the UK-India year of Culture 2017," states Dr Ramya, who is a child and adolescent psychiatrist, as well as ab accomplished artist and musician. Aptly titled CAPE Youth: Creative Arts for Processing Emotions for young people, the aim of her album that will be showcased at the tour is neuroscience meets music for mental health and emotional well-being.