Neurological research has changed profoundly since the discovery of human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC), ten years ago. New methods to efficiently generate patient-derived neuronal culture provide unprecedented opportunities to gain new insights into a range of neurological and psychiatric disorders. In addition, breakthroughs in genetics and omics analysis are making molecular profiling of neurons much more accessible and thorough.
Join Axion BioSystems at the iPSC models in Neuroscience symposium at SAHMRI, June 19 2018. This international symposium will feature significant advances in this emerging field and illustrate recent original applications of iPSC in neuroscience research.
Featured speakers: Fred Gage (Salk Institute, USA) Marius Wernig (Stanford, USA) Ryan Lister (Harry Perkins Institute - UWA, Australia) Steve Finkbeiner (UCSF, USA) Matthias Lutolf (EPLF, Switzerland) Anne Bang (Sanford Prebys Burnham Medical discovery, USA) Jose Maria Polo (Monash University, Australia) Tracy Young-Pearse (Harvard, USA)
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