This workshop is part of the melanin masterclass series in which students will discover the fundamentals of melanin, genetics, biophysics and nutritional health. The series provides students with foundational knowledge on all key aspects of the African condition, namely the distinct molecular and genetic structure of our race. A history and basis for heredity diseases in the African diaspora, plus a neurological and neurochemical interpretation of African spirituality.
These masterclasses, which are taught in an open and interactive manor are designed to challenge students with history, hidden research and concepts outside of mainstream science. We encourage you to attended with a critical mind.
Overall, students will leave with a well-rounded exploration of three fascinating subject matters, so weather you want to foster a deeper understanding of the influence of food on African health or discover advancements in the ever expanding research field of melanin, epigenetics and molecular genetics, students will leave with a a firm insight into African holistic health.
Suitable for all levels of understanding.
10am – 12pm – Workshop One: Melanin & Genetics
- An Introduction to Understanding Melanin
- Melanin in Molecular Biology
- Defining Eumelanin & Pheomelanin
- Melanin, Serotonin and the Pineal Gland
- What is the Melanogenesis process?
- Genetics, Epigenetics and Horizontal Gene Transfer
12:30pm – 2:30pm – Workshop Two: Politics of Food
- Food & Cellular Biology
- Disease in the African Diaspora
- True African Cultural Road Map
- Biophysical Colonialism
- Exposing the Food Industry Secrets
- Food Poverty & Health
- Nutritional Transition – Acidic to Alkaline
3pm – 5pm – Workshop Three: Science of African Spirituality
- Our Brain, Beliefs & Neurobiology
- What is Nueromelanin
- Melanin & Consciousness
- Melanin Symbiotic Relationship with the Sun
- Melanin in Space
- Melanin & The Black Dot
- Spiritual Mystery Systems of our Ancestors
- Locating our Ancestors
- Nature & Water
Facilitator: Jo Dash
Please note: tickets for the Manchester event will be released at the end of December
Pay just £12:50 for each individual masterclass or join the full day by purchasing an all day pass for £20
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