Student Wins Fellowship to Study New Ways to Halt Brain Inflammation

Student Wins Fellowship to Study New Ways to Halt Brain Inflammation

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Student Wins Fellowship to Study New Ways to Halt Brain Inflammation

A medical student at the University of Queensland has won a U.S. Parkinson’s Foundation fellowship to investigate new ways to halt chronic brain inflammation and the death of dopamine-producing neurons in Parkinson’s disease. Zhen-Yi Andy Ou was awarded one of 11 fellowships for the project “Targeting novel regulatory mechanisms to inhibit chronic neuroinflammation and neurotoxicity in Parkinson’s disease,” to be conducted under the supervision of Richard Gordon, PhD, at the Australian university’s Centre for Clinical…

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