Edward Rhodes is a research associate who works for the Interventional Systems Neuroscience Lab (ISN) at the UK Dementia Research Institute. His current role is to oversee the translation of the ISN lab's fundamental neuroscientific and engineering discoveries into treatments for patients with neurodegenerative disease.
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