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The Thomas Willis Oxford Brain Collection

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Duration: 0:49:59 | Added: 24 Sep 2012
Professor Margaret Esiri, Professor of Neuropathology and Fellow of St Hugh's, will talk about the pivotal role Oxford has played in neuroscience - where the words neuron and cell were coined - and the relevance of this history today.

The Thomas Willis Brain Collection is at the centre of research into finding out more about the underlying causes and potential treatments of conditions such as autism spectrum disorder and related cases such as epilepsy. Find out why organ donation is critical to research and why you may want to consider donating your brain to Oxford.

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