In this video, Marc describes what his favorite aspect in research has been so far and offers advice for those interested in studying CTE.
According to a recently published survey from Alzheimer’s Research UK, half of UK adults can’t identify a single key risk factor for dementia.
In this review article from Biomarkers in Medicine, researchers explore the current application of blood-based markers to assess amyloid-β pathology.
An experimental drug being developed for the treatment of stroke may also prevent Alzheimer’s by preventing the build-up of toxic proteins.
An ‘exercise hormone’ has been reported to mediate the benefit of exercise in Alzheimer’s disease models by enhancing synaptic plasticity and memory.
A recent study has indicated that problem-solving activities do not protect against mental decline but instead, imparts a higher starting point from which decline is observed.
Five studies presented at SfN collectively delve into why a healthy heart and lungs may guard against Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.
Researchers have demonstrated a number of links between sleep disruption and brain disorders such as concussion, anxiety and dementia; these results could lead to potential circadian rhythm-related treatments in the future.
More evidence reported for causal link between herpes viruses and Alzheimer’s; reinvigorating research into the possible role of infections – and their treatment – in the disease.
Find out more about how we marked World Alzheimer’s Month this year, including our fundraising event, campaign and #TalkDementia Twitter chat.