A defined threshold level of blood serum S100B could provide a new diagnostic tool for evaluating intracranial hemorrage in particular patient populations with mild head Injury.
Connections between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and posterior brain regions have been found to be weaker in MS patients, potentially due to a decline in white matter surrounding neurons.
A new survey carried out by the Alzheimer’s Society has indicated that throughout the UK the majority of doctors believe that the onus of care falls on the families of dementia patients.
Despite causing sleep composition changes, mild traumatic brain injuries do not appear to negatively impact memory consolidation during sleep.
Researchers from the University of Michigan presented data on treating a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease with genetically modified neural stem cells at the ISSCR2015.
An Oxford University-led study has provided preliminary evidence that a ‘good night’s sleep’ may actually increase intrusive traumatic memories.
ISCO develop a parthenogenesis stem cell technology which could potentially avoid the limiting immune-response issues in regenerative medicine.
Researchers demonstrate that inhibiting microglial activation could be a potential strategy for restoring the disrupted dopamine transmission linked to mental health disorders, such as anxiety and depression.
A study monitoring the brain activity of two patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis provides insight into how neurons control muscle movement in humans.