Tackling tau: an interview with early career researcher, Grace Hallinan

Written by Lauren Pulling, Editor

Grace Hallinan is a Postgraduate Research Student in Neuroscience at the University of Southampton (UK). Now in the final year of her PhD, Grace’s research focuses on how tau propagates between neurons to spread across brain regions, as is seen in diseases such as Alzheimer’s. In this interview, Grace discusses her research, exciting new avenues for dementia research, and some of the challenges faced by early career researchers. What led you to work in dementia research? I have always been fascinated by the brain and understanding how it works. In 2010 I began undertaking a degree in neuroscience at University...

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