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March 13, 2015

How Astrocytes Help Neurons Survive

Su-Chun Zhang, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, has discovered that astrocytes may play a significant role in how neurons survive, thrive and regenerate.

January 27, 2015

Potential ALS/MND Origins Identified

A fault in protein formation could be the link to understanding one of the causes of ALS, a brilliant new thesis by Dr. Su-Chun Zhang and colleagues at UW-Madison.