Jeff describes how dysfunction in the glymphatic system could contribute to Alzheimer’s disease, and how our growing knowledge in this area could be harnessed to develop new disease-modifying treatments.
Prof Kipnis describes his lab’s discovery that meningeal vessels directly link the brain with the lymphatic system, overturning decades of teaching that the brain lacks a direct connection to the immune system.
Listen to our latest NCTalks podcast with leading neurosurgeon, Ali Rezai, to hear more about his work, how neuromodulation can be harnessed to treat ‘alternative’ conditions, and where he hopes the field will progress in the next decade.
Join researchers, clinicians, charities and our own NC team on our #VoicesForAlzheimers campaign for World Alzheimer’s Month, as we try to defeat dementia!
Watch a live debate filmed at Frontiers in TBI (London, UK), featuring speakers David Sharp and Lee Goldstein.
David Brody discusses his work on animal models of neurodegeneration following TBI, as well as new research into astrocyte degeneration in CTE.
Lee Goldstein discusses his work on human pathology and animal models of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and where he thinks the brain injury field could be in 5 years’ time.
Co-organizers of the inaugural Frontiers conference, Drs Li and Jenkins, explain why they felt there was a need for such an event, and discuss their outlook on the TBI field.
Nick Fox (UCL) tells us more about the 1946 cohort, a remarkable group of around 5000 individuals who have been followed throughout their lives.