Brain Development Research: Prof. Jose Garcia Abreu
 14 October 2013

Watch Prof. Jose Garcia Abreu, of the Institute for Biomedical Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, discuss research focused on how embryonic cells organise themselves to form a correct embryo. His team are the only lab in brazil to use Xenopus frog embryos, in order to investigate signaling mechanisms involved in morphogenesis and differentiation to form the brain, using a range of genomics and microscopy techniques (stereo and confocal). Hear how he intends to move his research towards human prenatal screening for serious head and brain developmental issues. SelectScience Interview for ‘Science in Brazil’ Special Feature.

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