More Info: Stem cell research offers new hope for unlocking the secrets of bipolar disorder

“We will be able to see if there are differences in how the neurons of a person with bipolar disorder make connections, determine how they respond to different medications and explore potential deficiencies in signaling pathways,” explains Sue O’Shea, Ph.D., a professor of cell and developmental biology at the Medical School who leads the stem cell lab with Gary Smith, Ph.D, professor of obstetrics and gynecology.

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You had me pegged for an information whore from the get-go, didn’t you? 😉

This article is absolutely amazing! I am re-posting to “Canvas,” with credit to you. And thus a new section is born!

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