alexa Oasi Institute for Research on Mental Retardation and Brain Aging

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Oasi Institute for Research on Mental Retardation and Brain Aging

The Oasi Maria Institute is a master center and exploration focus devoted to the "multidisciplinary investigation of the intrinsic and procured reason for mental hindrance and decrepit cerebral degeneration, with a perspective to anticipation, conclusion, treatment and restoration".
The Oasi Maria Institute is overseen by the Associazione Oasi Maria SS, a non-benefit association appreciating unique status under Italian law (Degree no 471 of 26.06.1974), established in 1972 with the point of helping the differently capable in the territories of training, social administrations and wellbeing procurement as explicitly expressed in Arts 2 and 3 of its standing rules.
This non-benefit affiliation was authoritatively perceived by the Ministry of Public Health and Education as a pro facility and examination focus (IRCCS) in 1988. Its status was further reconfirmed in 1993 and again in 2006 as per Italian Decree Law no 288/03.
With more than 700 representatives, the Oasi Maria Institute has proceeded through the years to seek after its unique point of helping those with mental incapacities, a venture began in 1953 by the first non-benefit association, today working as a restricted obligation organization, Oasi srl. The exceptionally specific wellbeing procurement offered by the Oasi Maria Institute is likewise made accessible to the more extensive group. Investigative exploration, directed in a joint effort with the most prestigious world research and preparing focuses, is underpinned by the focal idea of human nobility, solidarity towards the individuals who endure and are in need, together with a significant conviction that "weaker" parts of our general public must be aided by those luckier.

The following is the list of scholars from Oasi Institute for Research on Mental Retardation and Brain Aging who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences