Applied Science Student Presented at The 15th Oxford Conference on Modelling and Control of Breathing in Japan
Applied Science Ph.D. candidate, Carlos da Silva, presented at the conference which happens every 3 years and has been held in different countries around the world that gathers modelling and experimental researchers from the respiratory field.
He presented his PhD research in a poster section entitled "Persistent sodium current in the preBötzinger Complex does not contribute to the inspiratory–related rhythm generation", under the supervision of Christopher A. Del Negro, PhD. This work counted with additional collaboration from Cameron J. Grover, also a PhD student in our Department, Maria Cristina D. Picardo, a Research Scientist I.
Carlos is advised by APSC Professor Christopher Del Negro in the Neuroscience lab.
Great Work Carlos !!