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What Where - Delivering Cells for Brain Repair.

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The return of cell replacement therapy trials for neurodegenerative diseases has been underpinned by extensive research to generate the desired cell types of appropriate quality, safety and quantity for human therapeutic use. The issues of delivery are not simply scalable from pre-clinical models and we are just beginning to understand the complex effects of the environment on delivered cell therapies. In his talk, Professor Gray will outline some of the adversities cells face, both during and after delivery and the clinical challenges these may present.

This talk is part of the Electrical Engineering series.

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