Four researchers have been jointly awarded the prestigious Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize in recognition of their contributions to our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease.
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 our recent panel discussion, held in collaboration with The Drake Foundation, to hear from our experts as they discuss the current issues surrounding brain banking.
World Brain Day 2017: an interview with Wolfgang Grisold, World Federation of Neurology Secretary General
This year’s WBD theme is ‘Stroke is a brain attack – prevent it and treat it’ – in this interview, we learn more about WBD and what will the WFN be doing to mark this.
The goal of this study was to test the state of methylation of transcription start positions in DNA that are actively involved in transcription.
Our panelists respond to questions from our recent live panel discussion, ‘Brain banking: progress, challenges and opportunities’.
Restoration of CB1 signaling in aging individuals could become an effective treatment for age-related cognitive impairments.
Emery Brown discusses how general anesthesia can be used to understand and develop new treatments for neurological conditions, and looks ahead at the future of the field.
A reported case of nontraumatic cortical subarachnoid hemorrhage (cSAH) and discussion of diagnosis, treatment and management.