Dr. Cabrera presents neuroscience research at Herrenhausen Conference in Germany

Laura Cabrera photoCenter Assistant Professor Dr. Laura Cabrera recently returned from Germany, where she presented research at the Herrenhausen Conference held in Hanover. The conference, “Lost in the Maze? Navigating Evidence and Ethics in Translational Neuroscience,” focused on major scientific and ethical challenges of novel neurological interventions and how they can be overcome.

Dr. Cabrera was one of the young researchers selected to present her research on “Responsible Translation of Contemporary Neuroscientific Advances: A Critical Appraisal of the Recent U.S. FDA Approval for Earlier DBS Intervention in Parkinson Disease” as a flash talk and a poster.

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