BIO Integration launches new ‘in conversation’ series with interview with Professor Kwang-Soo Kim, Director, Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory, Harvard Medical School, MA, USA
Dr Kim’s Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory, founded in 1998, studies the biology of brain cells that rely on the brain chemical dopamine to communicate. Major brain disorders such as PD, ADHD, and schizophrenia are related to abnormalities affecting these cells. Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and autoimmune diseases involve damage to specific cell types.
In this interview, Professor Kim discusses new discoveries in Parkinson’s Disease treatment using a patient’s own cells.