Three dimensional reconstruction of MRI in stoke brain. Scans captured on a Siemens 1.5 Tesla magnet.
|Congratulations to Chris Littlejohn for winning 1st place at the 2021 CAES Research Symposium for his presentation “Evaluation of Growth Factors on Their Ability to Promote Proliferation and Reduce Apoptosis in Neural Stem Cells.” This was an exciting project evaluating a number of experimental growth factors to enhance the proliferation of neural stem cells. Rapid expansion of neural stem cells for the treatment of neural injury and disease patients is critical to produce enough cells in a timely manner to make them a clinically viable option. What an amazing accomplishment and we look forward to see what you do next!|
Congratulations to Dr. Kelly Scheulin for successfully defending her dissertation and earning her PhD! Her dissertation “Preclinical assessment of functional and structural connectivity in stroke and traumatic brain injury utilizing advanced magnetic resonance imaging” was awe-inspiring. Dr. Scheulin is proud to announce she has accepted a position with a medical communications company, BOLDSCIENCE, as a medical writer based in the Atlanta area. Way to go, Kelly!