I’m Cautiously Optimistic a Treatment Which Could Slow Alzheimer’s Disease Is Not Far From …

Inspired by my dad’s science books when I was little, I grew up to develop a deep passion for science. During my undergraduate degree in Human Anatomy, I found the brain and it was my first love! I became particularly interested in how our brain cells communicate to make us who we are and how we lose these functions in brain diseases. I realised this needed knowledge of how the brain cells work and this was how I got to do my Masters in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience and now my Neuroscience Ph.D. in one of the UK’s leading Neuroscience Research Centres – Sussex Neuroscience. With over 50 research groups, the Sussex Neuroscience demonstrates a reputation of working to find answers to how our brain operates in health and diseases.…


Link to Full Article: I’m Cautiously Optimistic a Treatment Which Could Slow Alzheimer’s Disease Is Not Far From …