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The Founding College of the University of Toronto

UC Alumni Salon Series: "Neural Stem Cells to Repair the Injured Brain: A Stroke of Genius" with Dr. Cindi M. Morshead (BSc 1986 UC)

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Salon Series Cindi Morshead

Neural Stem Cells to Repair the Injured Brain: A Stroke of Genius

A talk by Dr. Cindi M. Morshead (BSc 1986 UC)

Professor and Chair, Division of Anatomy
Department of Surgery
Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
The Donnelly Centre
University of Toronto


The treatment of neurological diseases or trauma remains the last frontier for modern medicine because there are no effective treatments to repair the injured central nervous system and restore function. Stem cells are the future of regenerative medicine. Cindi Morshead will focus on neural stem cells; the fundamental biology of these rare, resident cells and their potential to repair the stroke-injured brain. With a view towards clinical translation, she will also touch on exciting new ideas and potential therapeutics that have emerged in regenerative medicine to treat the injured central nervous system.


Event Details:

Thursday, March 25, 2021         
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm ET
This is a virtual event.
Zoom details will be provided with registration confirmation.

This event will be live captioned and recorded

Please RSVP by Friday, March 19, 2021

Contact uc.alumni@utoronto.ca for more information

 

Register today!

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