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In the first episode of #TalkingRegMed, Lauren Pulling, Editor, NeuroCentral, discusses the landscape of cell therapy for spinal cord injuries. In particular, she comments on a recent study by Asterias which utilizes oligodendrocyte precursor cells to treat cervical spinal cord injuries.
Between June 19th and 21st, Bristol’s Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference 2017 saw 400 people from 22 countries present, debate and inspire change in research, policy and practice. 1,720 more words
You are what you eat – or should our gut microbiome be considered an important body system in its own right?
Guest posting: Assoc. Prof. Josh Davis, Principal Research Fellow/NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Menzies School of Health Research, Senior Staff Specialist Infectious Diseases Physician, John Hunter Hospital, Conjoint Professor School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle… 476 more words