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Listen to Professor Roger Barker, a Professor of Clinical Neuroscience, talk about the current and future landscape of Parkinson's Disease.
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Carsten Dornbult, one of our scientific support neuroscientists, sheds some light on his own experiences and discusses new trends within neuroscience.
Abcam's neuroscience strategic manager, Sian Constantine, and bit.bio's Dr Kaiser Karim discuss access to a consistent and scalable glutamatergic neuron for disease modelling and drug discovery in this on-demand webinar
Watch this on-demand webinar to hear Dr Arturas Volianskis, Lecturer in Neuroscience at Queen Mary University, discuss the functional roles of NMDAR subunits in synaptic plasticity through the use of novel, NMDAR subunit-preferring compounds.
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