A study of the differences between healthy brains and those with Alzheimer’s disease has produced the largest dataset of its type ever.
Browsing: big data
A valuable cache of brain cancer biomedical data, termed REMBRANDT, has been made freely accessible to researchers worldwide.
New research by NIH-funded scientists has revealed evidence that viral species, particularly herpesviruses, could contribute toward the complex biology underlying Alzheimer’s disease.
According to a large study, individuals with Type 2 diabetes may have an increased risk of being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease later in life.
Whilst at the Alzheimer’s Society Annual Conference 2018, Sharon Salt spoke with Simon Lovestone to hear more about his talk on big data and dementia.
Researchers have uncovered three new genes that are linked to the possibility of developing Alzheimer’s disease; potentially unlocking new treatment possibilities for patients.
AAIC 2017: One-third of dementia cases may be preventable, says new Lancet International Commission report
The Lancet International Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention and Care has reported that more than one-third of global dementia cases may be preventable through addressing lifestyle factors that impact an individual’s risk.
While at AAIC 2017 in London, Lauren Pulling (Editor, NC) spoke to Julie Williams about her extensive work in Alzheimer’s genetics and risk factors.
Our panelists respond to questions from our recent live panel discussion, ‘Brain banking: progress, challenges and opportunities’.
New recommendations encourage collaborative working between neuroscientists and computer scientists for effective data management
A new report has advised the global neuroscience community to use “meta-repositories” to aid data sharing amongst researchers.