On Monday, February 25, Morehouse School of Medicine’s Office of Translational Technologies will host a Tech Talk called “Novel Technologies to Diagnose and Treat Stroke and Cerebral Malaria.” This presentation aims to educate attendees on the alleviation of suffering brought about by neurological disorders.
This event will be held from 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the MSM (Multidisciplinary Research Center G-14) 720 Westview Dr. SW, Atlanta Ga. 30310.
Topics and speakers include:
“Neuregulin-1: A Novel Neuroprotective Treatment for Stroke”
Byron Ford, PhD (Director, Department of Neurology & Director, Neuroprotection, Neuroscience and Stroke Program)
“Oral Diagnostics: A Paradign Shift in Testing, Treating and Tracking”
Jonathan Stiles, PhD (Professor, Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Immunology)
“Diagnostic Biomarkers for Stroke”
Gregory D. Ford, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Morehouse College)
“Patient Primer: Protecting Your Intellectual Property Before It’s Too Late”
Jim E Schutz (Partner, Troutman Sanders)
Edward M. Roney (Of Counsel, Troutman Sanders)
*Lunch will be served and is sponsored by Troutman Sanders
Tech Talk is a forum to connect emerging research with interested investors, business executives and entrepreneurs in a collaborative environment.