Tag Archives: Brain injury

Daan coordinates the large animal work carried out by the Department of Pediatrics at Maastricht University, including unique longitudinal studies in which consequences of perinatal inflammatory stress are assessed prenatally until adulthood

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A researcher at Universitätsklinikum Essen, Ivo is looking at improving the understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying neonatal white matter injury and evaluating potential new therapies in relevant experimental models

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Megan is a research fellow at the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, building capacity for stem cell research for cerebral palsy by securing funding, conducting research, facilitating research collaboration, and leading consumer engagement

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A researcher at University Medical Center Utrecht, Caroline is interested in the optimisation of stem cell-based therapies and collaborates with industry partners on nutritional therapies for neonatal brain injury

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Yohan is a physicist at the Université de Genève with extensive experience in the study of animal models of perinatal brain injuries using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy

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A researcher at University Medical Center Utrecht, Tessa is building on her background in translational neuroscience to research how stem cells can repair brain damage in preterm infants

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Syam is an early career researcher in the field of mitochondrial biology and neonatal brain injury at the University of Gothenburg

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A researcher at RMIT University, Bobbi’s particular focus is on the role of inflammation in injury to the preterm infant brain and strategies to facilitate repair and support regeneration

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A group of researchers from across the globe is developing a new stem cell therapy to regenerate the brain damage caused by premature birth

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