Symposium Showcases Clinical and Translational Research in the Neurosciences

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 29, 2016) — More than 200 scientists and clinical investigators gathered last week to share insights and learn more about translational and clinical neuroscience research underway at the University of Kentucky. The 2016 Clinical-Translational Neuroscience Research Symposium, hosted by the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute, featured nearly 100 poster and oral presentations focused on the latest scientific advances in a wide variety of topics related to the neurosciences being conducted by UK research groups. According to Dr. Larry B. Goldstein, chair of the UK Department of Neurology and KNI co-director, the symposium’s goal was to provide a venue for “showcasing the incredible breadth of translational and clinical neuroscience research at UK and to foster the development of collaborations between clinicians and scientists.” The event drew a broad range of neuroscience-related…


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