In July the UK Dementia Research Institute hosted a session at #FENS2020 Conference. Catch-up now to see Professor Bart De Strooper, Professor Karen Duff, Professor John Hardy and Professor Giovanna Mallucci.
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A new study has used a state-of-the-art blood test to track damage to the brain in people who have sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI). Measuring the protein biomarker in the blood will provide a simpler, more accurate way to predict clinical outcomes and may help to identify those at higher risk of developing dementia.
A major new UK Dementia Research Institute study has identified 75 genes associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, including 42 new genes which had not previously been implicated in the condition.
Catch-up on this fantastic webinar from the UK Dementia Research institute, a neuroscience research & career webinar for students