Professor Gunnar Keppler Gouras received his Bachelor of Arts and Science in Biology and later his MD degree from Columbia University in 1989. He completed his Neurology residency training at Harvard Medical School in 1995. He also finished his fellowship training in behavioural neurology and dementia at Cornell University Medical (…)
All the knowledge medical students learn is never enough and not everything they seek comes in books – it is important to explore other paths. The scientific lectures will bring you up to date with the latest developments in key areas of medicine.
Professor Thorsten Barnhofer is a German Research Foundation Heisenberg-Fellow currently working at the Charité Clinic and the Freie Universität in Berlin. He is also an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at the Mood Disorders Center, University of Exeter, UK, an associate teacher at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, as well as (…)
Over one century ago, Russian immunologist Élie Metchnikoff deduced that a healthy gut environment could help combat senility and suggested that the good bacteria found in yogurt would increase a person’s longevity, contradicting the idea that “the only good microbe is a dead one”. Based on a close functional and (…)
Currently, Professor Flint is a member of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of California Los Angeles, having worked previously at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, in Oxford. He has made numerous and very important scientific contributions, including the identification of the first replicated genetic loci contributing (…)
Professor and Director for the Doctoral Program in Regenerative Medicine at Karolinska Institutet, Cecilia Göthersström currently runs the National Umbilical Cord Blood Bank in Sweden and is the main researcher at the Centre for Haematology and Regenerative Medicine. She obtained her Master’s degree in Molecular Cell Biology from Södertörns University (…)