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Coller Venture TV | Deep Innovation III: Brain Science

Brain Science Video Collection

The second focus in the Deep Innovation Workshop is Brain Science.

Five professors brought together their ideas and researches on exploring existing and novel solutions for various diseases.

Prof. Nathan Intrator’s “On Elephants, Earthquakes and Brain Research-Advanced Brain Signal Processing”

Prof. Uri Nevo’s “Smartphone Based Platform for Monitoring Psychiatric Disorders”

Dr. Noam Shomron’s “Deep Innovation via Deep Sequencing”

Prof. Daniel (Danny) M. Michaelson’s “Development of Anti-apoE4 Directed Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease”

Dr. Inna Slutsky’s “A Novel Approach to Cure Alzheimer’s Disease by Altering Spiking Patterns Using Brain Stimulation”

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