This research article from Epigenomics evaluates the role of HSD11B2 and NR3C1 mehtylation in neurobehavioral profiles in preterm infants.
Researchers have highlighted the protein, SNTF, as a potential biomarker of long-term damage in individuals with mild traumatic brain injury, providing an opportunity for predicting cognitive decline.
This article discusses NINDS (National Institue of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) current focuses for concussion research.
Findings from a recent study suggest that young girls who suffer a concussive hit to the head during their childhood are more likely to exhibit alcohol dependency later on in life.
Posters presented at Neuroscience 2015 examine long-term consequences and differences between gender and age groups.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup has sparked discussions over the control of and education around head injuries within both rugby and other sports. We highlight some of the key focuses of the debate and key recent research articles from the journal Concussion.
Researchers have identified a pathway at work within the nuclei of astrocyte cells involved in the regulation of TGF-beta signaling, which may be involved in various brain diseases.
Former NFL players who participated in tackle football before the age of 12 may have a higher risk of altered brain development when compared to those who started at a later age.