Following the completion of the Human Gene Atlas project, countries around the world have announced the promotion of brain projects, cracking the mysteries of the brain are expected to bring about changes in human behavior, such as appetite, sexual orientation, sleep, memory, life expectancy and other basic life phenomena. With the rapid development of the economy, the increase in social competition and the aging of the population, the neuropsychiatric diseases caused by the degradation or obstacles of human brain function have increasingly severe impacts on human health and sustainable social development.
The World Health Organization assesses the overall social burden of various diseases and finds neuropsychiatric diseases, ranking first in advanced countries in terms of total social and economic burden and prevalence of diseases. Nerve diseases including pain and headache, neurodegenerative diseases and mental diseases all cause the patient's own life and work quality to deteriorate, and even Losing the ability to live autonomously has become a heavy burden for families, society and the medical system. In response to this problem, the United States the European Union (Amunts et al., Neuron 2016), China (Poo et al., Neuron 2016), Japan And other countries have invested a lot of resources in brain science research, hoping to interpret the complex functions of the brain. Taiwan has entered the forest of developed countries, and the occurrence of neuropsychiatric diseases is also increasing as other advanced countries. Therefore, the prevention and control of neuropsychiatric diseases have become a top priority.