Dr. Bravo Nuevo is an associate professor in the Department of Bio-Medical Sciences. He lectures on subjects related to the central nervous system, the visual system, retinal degenerative diseases and muscle physiology.
Dr. Bravo Nuevo has lectured in several universities including Sydney University, Australian National University, Harvard University and Aarhus University. He has mentored several high school and college students from Drexel University and Bryn Mawr college through masters programs and research projects.
He has active scientific and academic collaborations with several international universities in Australia, Spain and Denmark.
Dr. Bravo Nuevo is listed as the inventor in several patents. He is a senior advisor for several biotechnology companies and founded his own pharmaceutical company in 2014.
Dr. Bravo Nuevo has been working on neuroprotection of the retinal neuronal cells, muscle physiology and diabetes.
Most recently, he has worked in the role that Myo/Nog cells have to prevent blindness caused by retinal degenerations, and slowing the progression of plaque formation in Alzheimer's disease.
Principal Investigator. “Role of Myo/Nog cells in Neuroprotection.”