Investigating The Post Stroke Brain Using Graphene Transistor Arrays
What are the cutting-edge research trends in stroke research? Why graphene has been used in Stroke Research? What advantages do graphene materials have?
Find the answers in our upcoming FREE Webinar “Investigating the Post Stroke Brain Using Graphene Transistor” presented by Dr. Samuel M Flaherty, discovering the use of Graphene in stroke research, getting tips on electrophysiology research in photothrombotic models , and gaining insights into cutting-edge stroke research.
Join with Dr. Samuel M Flaherty to have a deep understanding of:
- 16 channel graphene transistor arrays post-stroke electrophysiology recording
- Monitoring spreading depolarisations post photothrombotic stroke
- Determining how spreading depolarisations affect cerebral blood flow
- Mapping electrophysiology and cerebral blood flow
And don’t miss the LIVE Q&A to have your questions answered by the experts.
Dr. Samuel M Flaherty
In vivo Electrophysiologist, Research Associate in the Nanomedicine Lab at the University of Manchester
Dr. Samuel M Flaherty has received his doctorate degree from the University of Brighton，majoring in Sensory Neuroscience - Bioengineering of hearing devices，specialism in inner ear drug delivery and bioengineering. Now he works as a research associate in the Nanomedicine Lab at the University of Manchester.