2021 Trauma Associated Microglia Induced by Diffuse Brain Injury Promote Chronic Cortical Inflammation, Neuronal Dysfunction and Cognitive Decline
Dr Godbout is a Professor of Neuroscience at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He is the Faculty Director of the Chronic Brain Injury Program, the Co-Driector of a NINDS T32 Training Grant and a member of the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research. Dr Godbout has a B.S. (1996) and a Ph.D. (2001) from the University of Illinois-Urbana and was a NRSA supported post-doctoral fellow with Dr Rodney Johnson. As a Principal Invesitgator, Dr Godbout's research has been concentrated in the area of aging, neuroimmunology and neurotrauma.
Overall, his primary research aim is to determine the degree to which the bi-directional communication between the immune system and the brain is affected by age, psychological stress and traumatic CNS injury.
Dr Godbout serves on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Neuroinflammation and Brain Behavior and Immunity. Dr Godbout is an author of over 95 publications and his research is/has been supported by grants from the NIH (NIA, NINDS & NIMH, AFAR, Abbott Nutrition and OSUMC. Last, Dr Godbout has received several awards, including the PNIRS New Investigator Award (2009), the Siddens Award for Distinguished Faculty Advising (2012), the Neuroscience Faculty Research Award (2013 & 2017) and the OSU Excellence in Research Award (2018).
This event will take place on Zoom at 2.00pm, Thursday, 19th August 2021.
Hosted by Professor Abhay Pandit.
Zoom Meeting ID: 934 5226 4145
From 14:00 Thursday, 19 August 2021 to Thursday, 19 August 2021