Edinburgh Science Festival - The Motor Neurone Disease Research Revolution
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a rapidly progressing terminal neurological illness with an average life expectancy of 20 months from diagnosis. MND has no cure and it can affect anyone at any time. Scotland is leading a research revolution and today charity MND Scotland and researchers at The University of Edinburgh join us to discuss research into MND and showcase how an innovative digital platform allows for collaboration between scientists and patients.
National Museum of Scotland Auditorium Edinburgh EH1 1JF
Thu 18 Apr 2019