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|Sat 27 Sep - Sat 1 Nov||John Copnall Paintings at Sidney Cooper Gallery|
|Fri 8 Aug - Sun 2 Nov||Taylor Wessing Photographic Protrait Prize 2013 at The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge|
|Thu 2 Oct||Canterbury Festival Poet of the Year at St Gregory's Centre for Music|
|Wed 15 - Fri 31 Oct||In Here Out There at Canterbury Cathedral|
|Sat 18 Oct||Cabaret Fantastique at Festival Spiegeltent|
|Sat 18 - Wed 22 Oct||Canoe Taster Sessions at The George And Dragon|
The human brain is notoriously bad at repairing itself after damage. However, one part of the body’s machinery is capable of this feat. Oligodendrocytes are the cells that produce the myelin sheath, the insulating layer that surrounds nearly all of the nerve fibres in the brain. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is one disease where these are destroyed by the body’s own immune system. Robin will describe some of the work carried out recently to develop medicines to promote regeneration in MS – something that until recently was seen as an aspiration. Students will then discuss the Myelin Basic Protein Project, a full research project that has been running at the school for six years.
|Tue 21 Oct 2014||19:30|
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