Laboratory of Mind-Matter Interaction with Therapeutic Intention Laboratório de Interacção Mente-Matéria de Intenção Terapêutica
Representing an innovative project around common interests with the FMUL, the LIMMIT Lab "Mind-Matter Interaction Laboratory of Therapeutic Intent" has as its objectives the promotion and development of scientific research activities, as well as the dissemination, dissemination, teaching and provision of services in the scope of the sciences of conscience.
Namely, LIMMIT Lab investigates mind-matter interaction and bio information, mobilizing multi and transdisciplinary competences and favoring eventual therapeutic applications. These areas, which are part of scientific research and development, may constitute a nucleus for attracting investment and offering services in research and technology. To this end, his organization gathered collaborations in active partnerships with Research Centers of the Faculty of Medicine and with External and International Institutions.
LIMMIT's mission is to promote and develop scientific research as well as spread, outreach, teach and provide services within the science of consciousness, namely the mind-matter interaction and bio information, as well as mobilizing multidisciplinary skills and fostering potential therapeutic applications.
For this, LIMMIT strives to implement its activity through three major pillars:
- Science: Scientific Research in frontier areas of knowledge;
- Education: Post graduate courses, optional curricular subjects, pilot courses outside University, public speaks in conferences, congresses and similar; - Community Projects: We also dream of implementing a volunteering program for medical students and junior doctors/residents that encompasses medical exchanges and/or humanitarian health care missions, with a short scientific research purpose as well, to obtain practical results that could help in development projects in under developed countries. Contacts and partnerships have already been set in motion in Mozambique and India to begin. More funding and contacts abroad are needed to continue to grow this pillar.