Eminent Korean neuroscientist delivers lecture at Panjab University

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published:December 17, 2016 3:33 am Noted Korean neuroscientist Yoo-Hun Suh on Friday addressed the second International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) Neuroscience School at Panjab University (PU). Professor Yoo-Hun Suh, who is the president of the Gachon Neuroscience Research Institute at Gachon University (Korea) delivered a talk on “pathogenesis, potential gene, drug and stem cell therapy for Alzheimer’s” at a seminar. He discussed how BT-11, which is extracted from the roots of the plant polygala tenuifolia (the Indian plant, Neeli) improved memory impairments in rodents and can be used for therapeutics for patients with Alzheimer’s. Watch What Else Is Making News Other international speakers also spoke at the seminar. Professor Samantha Hollingworth, from the school of Pharmacy, faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences at…

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