7 November 2019

Mohammad Alsady, theme Disorders of movement, received the “KNAW Van Leersum beurs” to develop an iPSC-derived skeletal muscle-on-chip model to investigate GMPPB dystroglycanopathy in the group of dr. Tedesco at the University College London. After return in the group of prof. Dirk Lefeber, he will use the same approach to study other dystroglycanopathy mutations.


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