HSE academics joined researchers from the Turner Scientific Research Institute for Children's Orthopaedics to study how the brains of children with arthrogryposis control elbow flexion after muscle transplantation. They found that in such patients, more motor neuron activity occurs, which means that the start of a new movement requires more effort from the brain. The paper ‘Feasibility and Challenges of Performing Magnetoencephalography Experiments in Children with Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita’ was published in Frontiers in Pediatrics.
Tuesday, December 6
Deadline for the applications - January 15, 2023
Workshop 'Communicating with Reviewers and Editors'
Graduate Admissions Webinars: PhD Programme in Economics
Wednesday, December 7
Open meeting of the master's programme 'Applied Linguistics and Text Analytics'