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Engineered Brain Organoids
The ability to derive and manipulate pluripotent stem cells has opened up new avenues for modeling biological systems in both healthy and diseased conditions. In order to more fully recapitulate the tissue microenvironment with its cell-cell, cell-extracellular matrix, and cell-niche interactions, it is essential to transition stem-cell culturing from monolayers to 3D structures. Self-organization of...
Video/AnimationReimagining Neurodegenerative Disease Treatment for Her Grandfather: Mariana Garcia-CorralMariana Garcia-Corral is a Research Assistant studying brain organoids to help with the treatment of bi-polar disorder. In this video, she shares a poignant personal story about her grandfather suffering from Lewy body dementia and how she would Reimagine a World with better neurodegenerative disease treatment. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Video/AnimationReimagine the World: Volume 1Four Wyss Institute scientists, Mariana Garcia-Corral, Pawan Jolly, Megan Sperry, and Mike Super, share how they would Reimagine the World and the personal stories that fuel their passion for the work they are doing. We’d love to hear how you would Reimagine the World! Please visit the following link to share your ideas: https://wyss.typeform.com/to/o9xM7cG1 Credit:...
Video/AnimationEliminating brain cancer at its source | Natalie Artzi | TEDxMITGlioblastoma is a lethal, aggressive brain cancer with a dismal median overall survival rate of 15 months, a number that has remained unchanged for decades. Treatment for this devastating disease involves surgical resection followed by chemotherapy and radiation therapy; however, tumor recurrence is inevitable as it is impossible to eliminate all tumor cells with current...
Video/AnimationWyss Institute Brain Targeting ProgramThis animation explains how Wyss Institute researchers and their industry partners aim to identify novel transport targets and shuttle compounds to enable more effective delivery of drugs to the brain. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University.