A recent study has suggested that physicians could determine whether a patient has major depression or bipolar disorder with a simple short electrocardiogram.
A recent study reported deposits of a protein, alpha-synuclein, in the synapses of dementia with Lewy bodies patients. The researchers believe it may be this protein that is responsible for the dementia symptoms and the progression of DLB in the brain.
Salivary biomarkers have proven more accurate for identifying prolonged concussion than current methods.
A collection of the biggest news to come out of the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting, Neuroscience 2017, as well as interviews with the researchers behind the science.
Researchers have demonstrated that a tetraplegic patient can learn to adapt neural activity to maintain control of a brain-machine interface in the face of technical challenges.
Research presented today at SfN’s annual meeting has detailed advances in brain stimulation technologies revealing safer, more targeted means of studying brain function and treating neurological disorders.
Two abstracts add to evidence suggesting a negative effect of concussion on brain tissue microstructure and hippocampal function.
New insights indicate a role for the microbiome in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and point towards new treatment avenues.
Key research from the conference highlights opioid addiction research.
A series of research presented at SfN’s Neuroscience 2017 has shed more light on the mechanism by which stress negatively impacts the brain, potentially highlighting future therapeutics.