Bioxydyn Anatomical Connectivity Mapping ICASE studentship in partnership with MRC and the University of Manchester
18 Mar 2015
Bioxydyn is collaborating with the MRC and the University of Manchester to support a PhD studentship on the use of Anatomical Connectivity Mapping (ACM) in understanding the affects of stroke on language. Bioxydyn's patented ACM technique has shown great priomise in characterising aspects of Alzheimer's disease, stroke and other conditions. This project aims to further the use of ACM in this debilitiating condition and define the optimum use of the method in the clinical setting. More information can be found here.