October 5-6, 2022 | Würzburg
This year two outstanding ReTune PhD students took the spotlight at the EUREKA! Life Sciences Symposium 2022.
- Jasmin Del Vecchio Del Vecchio presented “Pallidal recordings in fully implanted dystonic patients during walking.”
- Daniel Wolf shared the latest results on “BDNF-mediated synaptic plasticity in mouse models of dystonia.”
The excitement and positive reception during these students’ presentations underscored their dedication and valuable contributions to the life sciences field. The EUREKA! Life Sciences Symposium 2023 showcased the remarkable potential of emerging researchers and highlighted the impactful work being conducted by the Graduate School of Life Sciences (GSLS) PhD students.
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