BRAIN unit student doctor awarded first place for best oral presentation second year running
Jack Fisher a Cardiff University Student Doctor currently working with BRAIN researcher Dr Malik Zaben won the award for best oral presentation at this year’s CITER Annual Scientific Meeting.
The Cardiff Institute for Tissue Engineering and Repair Annual Scientific Meeting (CITER ASM) took place virtually this year. This event is an opportunity for academics, early career researchers, MSc students, PhD students and undergraduates to discuss the latest research findings in the research areas of Stem Cell Science, Tissue Engineering and Repair and Disease Translation.
Jack Fisher’s project examined the effects of injury condition medium on the expression of the transcription factors Pax6 & TBr2- key regulators of cortical neurogenesis.
Fisher is the second BRAIN Unit researcher to be awarded first place for his oral presentation as Dr Ronak Ved proudly took home the prize in 2020.