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Seeing through the eyes of stroke patients

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Daniela completed her MBBS PhD with Professor Andrew Stockman at University College London in 2013 and started on the Translational Medicine Academic Foundation Programme at Addenbrooke’s last year. Her PhD research focused on modelling the visual pathways carrying colour and brightness information, which revealed that most of the temporal filtering is done at the retina level rather than higher visual centres. She has since worked at Professor George Church’s lab in Harvard on neural stem cells and has continued work in the area with Professor Barker at the Brain Repair Centre this year.

This talk is part of the Stroke Research Meetings series.

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