Benjamin Huynh

University of Sydney, Australia
Title: More severe locus coeruleus pathology in Parkinson’s disease with dementia compared to those without dementia

Biography

 

Benjamin Huynh has completed his Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours Class I) in 2018 in Professor Glenda Halliday’s Laboratory at the Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney. He is currently working as a research assistant to finalise his honours thesis into a publication and is planning to start his PhD in 2019 in the same team. 

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