Dr Snezana Maljevic
Dr Maljevic is a Research Fellow at the Florey Institute for Neuroscience and Mental Health. She is a neuroscientist working in the epilepsy research. Dr Maljevic’s Master’s degree focused in Molecular biology and physiology from the University of Belgrade. This was followed by a PhD degree from the University of Ulm, Germany. Dr Maljevic is skilled in Life Sciences and Disease Neurobiology.
Links to some of Dr Maljevic’s research papers can be found here.
Topic for Genetic Epilepsy Conference 2018:
Brain in a Dish: Modelling Epileptic Encephalopathy Using Human Stem Cells.
This talk will provide insights into the rationale, methodology and use of induced pluripotent stem cells to study epilepsy and develop new treatments. This exciting technology has emerged in the recent years as one of the most promising tool in disease research and we will look into the opportunities and challenges specific to the modelling of epileptic encephalopathies.
The Genetic Epilepsy 2018 Conference was Supported by: