Cork NeuroScience Centre: Understanding the brain across the lifespan: translational neuroscience from molecule to man.
The goal of Cork NeuroScience Centre is to empower cross-disciplinary research, education, and innovation in a world-class Centre, accelerating the translation of new discoveries of brain function to maximise brain health throughout the lifespan.
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Sarah O’Donovan, a PhD student at the APC Microbiome Institute and the School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, had a busy week presenting a poster at back to back conferences from August 24th – 29th 2017. Sarah's multi-disciplinary project enabled her to present a poster entitled ‘Investigation of the brain ↔ gut axis in a rat model of Parkinson’s disease: alterations in enteric nervous system pathology and the gut microbiome’, at both the NeuroGastro conference, held at University College Cork, and the Neuroscience Ireland conference, held in National University of Ireland, Galway.