Blood cells with the uOBMRI partners are the bottom.

Event Details

Cerebrovascular research is in fast expansion, as scientists and clinicians realize the importance of the vascular causes of many neurological disorders. Indeed, the brain is the most densely vascularized organ of the body, and the health of its vasculature is essential for proper maturation and function. Investigating how brain blood vessels are formed and how they are impacted by disease throughout life has become a major focus in modern neuroscience. 

Join us to:

  • Hear from experts about the latest developments in cerebrovascular research.
  • Learn about the importance of the blood-brain barrier for brain and mind health.
  • Bridge basic and clinical sciences through applications centered around the blood-brain barrier as therapeutic target.

Around the visit of world-renown cerebrovascular scientist Dr. Chenghua Gu, this mini-symposium will provide the audience with the latest developments in cerebrovascular research from local experts. 

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Chenghua Gu

Chenghua Gu, PhD

Professor of Neurobiology HHMI Investigator, Harvard Medical School

“The Neuro-vascular Interactions in the Brain”

If you require accommodation, please contact the event host as soon as possible.
Date and time
May 14, 2024
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Lunch from 1p.m. - 2p.m.
Format and location
In person