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Therapeutic ultrasound for brain therapy

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Abstract: TBC

Bio: Dr Sophie Morse is a European Talent Academy Fellow and an Emerging Leader in the Dementia Research Institute at Imperial College. During her PhD, she developed innovative methods to enhance drug delivery to the brain using focused ultrasound and microbubbles. Currently, Dr Morse leads a research group investigating how focused ultrasound can non-invasively stimulate cells in our brain, particularly glial cells and immune cells, to find new ways of treating Alzheimer’s disease, brain tumours and even slow down ageing.

Venue: MRC CBU West Wing Seminar Room and Zoom

This talk is part of the CBU Monday Methods Meeting series.

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