Friday, December 16, 2022

Multiplexing To Interpret Multiple Objects In Image and AMD Drugs As Possible Candidate To Treat COVID-19

Dr. Jennifer Groh (Duke University - Durham, NC)

Dr. Vaithi Arumugaswami and Gustavo Garcia  (UCLA - Los Angeles, CA)

Dr. Jennifer Groh, professor of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University, explains how monkeys use a process called "multiplexing", which describes how visual cortex neurons swaps signals in and out between reporting on multiple objects in the same image. 

Gustavo Garcia, former UCLA staff research associate in molecular and medical pharmacology and Dr. Vaithi Arumugaswami, associate professor of molecular and medical pharmacology at UCLA, explain how a macular degeneration drug, verteporfin, could be a possible candidate to treat COVID-19.

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