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COBRAIN Scientific-Educational Center for Fundamental Brain Research of Yerevan State Medical University named after Mkhitar Heratsi hosted a series of Neurotalk-2023 work meetings called “Bridging Synapses, Connecting minds” to discuss various medical topics. The lectures were held both online and offline.
Welcoming the participants of the meeting, Vice-Rector for Science, Scientist-in-Chief of the COBRAIN Center and Project Coordinator Konstantin Yenkoyan reminded that specialists working at the Center are developing one of the hypotheses of possible mechanisms of therapeutic intervention in Alzheimer’s disease.
Kirill Chaprov, a neurophysiologist, molecular biologist, educated in Russia and the Netherlands, was in Armenia not for the first time.
He specializes in modeling pathological conditions and human diseases on genetically modified animals.
“We are talking about Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease,” the specialist noted. During the discussion, he presented the relationship between such systems as the brain and bone marrow in case of Alzheimer’s disease, as well as their involvement in a single pathological process.
“The COBRAIN Center is equipped with the latest technologies, has a huge potential for the development of advanced methods. This is a very good platform with a large and experienced team,” Kirill Chaprov added.
The following days were rich in various high-class lectures conducted by distinguished professors both in online and offline formats.
All the reports were followed by questions which made the working meetings even more interesting and productive.