Smart State Chair to Discuss Reversing Neural Damage in Kids
We've talked many times on this show about the importance of South Carolina's endowed chair program, known as SmartState, and how these world-class research scientists are generating millions of dollars of economic activity. And for the past few years, they have been highlighting their work in a non-technical format through a free and open-to-the-public forum known as the Science Cafe...and held at a local pub in Columbia.
Mike Switzer interview's April's Science Cafe speaker, Dr. Jeff Twiss, the University of South Carolina's SmartState Chair in Childhood Neurotherapeutics. On April 14th at the Speak Easy pub in Five Points, he will talk about his work to develop ways of reversing neural damage caused by disorders like ADHD and Parkinson's Disease.