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DNA Repair Mechanisms in the Central Nervous System

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  • UserProfessor Robin Franklin. Neurosciences Laboratory (Department of Veterinary medicine) and the Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair, University of Cambridge
  • ClockMonday 30 April 2007, 19:30-21:00
  • HouseWolfson Lecture Theatre, Churchill College.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Richard Freeman.

The brain and spinal cord are notoriously poor at repairing themselves once damaged by injury or disease.

Yet recent advances in the biology of stem cells and a growing understanding of why regeneration in these structures is poor make scientists more optimistic than ever before that new therapies will emerge that will support healing and recovery from neurological disease.

In this talk Prof Franklin will discuss some of these issues focusing on his own work in repair of myelin, the substance lost in multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injury.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Society for the Application of Research (CSAR) series.

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