Monday, September 26, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

4D Biology and Cell Dynamics: Paving the Way for Personalized Medicine

Discover how experts in cell biology are partnering with a pioneer in imaging technology to develop a personalized approach to treating Parkinson’s disease. [Show ID: 37040]

00:00 – Titles
00:14 – James Brewer, MD, PhD
10:12 – Susan S. Taylor, PhD
14:58 – Alexandra C. Newton, PhD
17:45 – Johannes Schöneberg, PhD
42:36 – Q&A

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5 thoughts on “4D Biology and Cell Dynamics: Paving the Way for Personalized Medicine
  1. I do not have Parkinson’s disease. I have retinitis pigmentosa. I just wanted to say I love all the research you DRs are doing. Thank you.

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