Department of Clinical Neurosciences
Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
Adult CNS neurons have marked differences in axon transport compared to their peripheral or developing counterparts. As a result, adult CNS axons often lack the molecular machinery needed to survive and recover from injury or disease. I'm investigating how the axon transport of particular proteins is linked to regenerative ability, and how we can target this transport as a potential treatment avenue for glaucoma.
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