Leveraging New Technologies to Treat Brain Injury – Mark D’Esposito, MD, University of California, Berkeley

Aug 14, 2019 | biology, health and medicine

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The brain is the most mysterious organ in the human body – despite decades of research, we have just begun to scratch the surface in understanding how the brain works and how we can help it to heal following an injury. Professor Mark D’Esposito of the University of California, Berkeley, uses advanced imaging technology to illuminate how the connections in our brain function in order to find new ways to aid brain healing after injury.



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