Dr Cedric Bardy is an expert in human neural stem cell models, electrophysiology and single-cell genetics. His research efforts are focused on developing new stem cell biotechnologies and strategies to understand the effect of neurological disorders on brain cells. He obtained a PhD in Medicine from the University of Sydney (Australia) in Dr Bogdan Dreher’s Laboratory (2004–2008). He followed his postdoctoral training in Neuroscience in the laboratory of Dr Pierre-Marie Lledo at the Pasteur Institute in Paris (2008–2010). He then received the prestigious Marie Curie international fellowship to pursue his research in the laboratory of Dr Fred Gage at the Salk Institute in California (2011–2016). In 2016, he was appointed Assistant Professor/Senior Research Fellow at SAHMRI Mind & Brain, and Senior Lecturer at the School of Medicine of Flinders University.