Microglia in Neurodegeneration
In this video, Diego Gomez-Nicola talks about the crucial role of microglia in neurodegenerative disorders, highlighting the implication of microglial dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease.
Diego Gomez-Nicola, PhD
Diego Gomez-Nicola is associate professor of biological sciences at the University of Southampton. Gomez-Nicola earned his MSc and PhD in molecular biology from the Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain. As a neuroscientist, Gomez-Nicola is interested in unveiling the roles of glial cells in the healthy and diseased brain as a way to understand the fascinating complexity of the brain.