Professor Greg Stuart - Profile
Professor Greg Stuart is the group leader of the Neuronal Signalling Group at the John Curtin School of Medical Science. Greg and his group are looking at how single nerve cells process information on the brain. He talks of his drive and curiosity to find out more about the brain.
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