Matthew Stott
  • 39, Male
  • Wollongbar, Australia
  • Australia
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Matthew Stott's Colleagues

  • MIU DAN-CRISTIAN
  • Maddison Young
  • liorah sabbah
  • seepi
  • Dr.Nagesh C Shanbhag
  • Karam Chand Sharma
  • Lili
  • DJEMAÏ
  • Christina Estrada
  • SANDIPAN GHOSH
 

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Matthew Stott updated their profile
Oct 13, 2012
Matthew Stott posted a status
"just beginning to have a good feel for my multiple sclerosisn thesis"
Apr 17, 2012
Matthew Stott joined Dr.Nagesh C Shanbhag's group
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CNS Regeneration

Contrary to previously held beliefs about the static nature of the adult brain, it is capable of generating new neurons that are capable of integrating into the complex circuitry.
Mar 17, 2010
Matthew Stott joined Markus A. Dahlem's group
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Neurological disorders

A discussion group that focuses the common aspects, e.g. upcoming conferences, new funding schemes, journals etc.
Nov 1, 2009
Matthew Stott replied to Neuropsychology Dude's discussion What are you studying to become? in the group Students of Neuroscience
"As an undergrad Osteopath, it is what I can feel neurally through cranial treatment, and what the patient can feel that leads me to believe that there is more to this, and that somehow the results can be proven."
Oct 21, 2009
Matthew Stott joined Neuropsychology Dude's group
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Students of Neuroscience

for all the students of neuroscience, undergrad, graduate, and beyond.
Oct 21, 2009
Matthew Stott is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Oct 21, 2009

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Neural Cognition, Multiple Sclerosis, ADEM
Current thesis in progress - MS & Osteopathy
Interests/keywords:
Cranial Osteopathy, Paraplegia, neural regrowth, neural flow, multiple sclerosis, cognition, medical osteopathy, ADEM
Current title/position:
BCSc
Student Osteopathic Medicine Masters degree
Healer
Current affiliation/employer:
Health & Healing
Southern Cross University

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At 5:54am on March 4, 2010, seepi said…
In India we have all d subjects at undergraduate level.......in postgraduate i will have some specialisation...
At 5:20am on March 4, 2010, seepi said…
Hello i m undergraduate student from India...............i never met prof. Karam Chandra Sharma.....i only study in d same city but my college is different....nice to b ur fren
At 2:19pm on November 9, 2009, SANDIPAN GHOSH said…
Hello Mathew! Hope you are fine. I have read your querries regarding the connections between the autoimmune disorders and the nervous system. I am extremely sorry for my late response to you. As, I am a little bit busy presently with various seminars and conferences.
Obviously, there is a relation between these two. Probably, the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis mediates the interactions; as both of the immune and the nervous system are bidirectionally interrelated with each other.
I'm just writing you here a very brief outline of the concept. I want to share the underlying mechanism in detail. If you dont mind, would you please send me your querries through mail to me at sandipan.ghosh@hotmail.com . I will be glad to communicate with you. Hope, we will have a very good relationship.
 
 
 

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