How should mentoring work, and how can it work for you? This week out panel or Megan Calver-O’Hare and Dr Ivan Koychev and Dr Christoph Mueller from the University of Oxford will explore.
Listen to this week’s podcast to hear Professor Louise Serpell and Dr Karen Marshall from the University of Sussex talk their research in Alzheimer’s biochemistry and drug development. Learn about misfolding, what amyloid fibrils actually are, their structure and how their using this knowledge.
Adam Smith is in Manchester to talk with Dr Sarah Campbell, Professor Andrew Clark and Maria Walsh discussing the innovative way they chose to put their research into action, with the benefit of co-production and zines.
In this week’s podcast we explore why Microglia are awesome, why our panellists use induced pluripotent stem cell models and how they feed Genome wide association studies hits and basic science into drug discovery with phenotypic screening.
Dr Sarah Carpanini, Dr Tom Phillips and Dr Megan Torvell from the UK Dementia Research Institute at Cardiff University discuss neuroinflammation using mouse models to examine underlying pathophysiology during brain development and beyond. Join them to hear about physiological synapse loss that occurs during normal, healthy development of the brain contrasting to pathological synapse loss that occurs in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Hear more about the role of microglia and the role of the complement cascade as well as the virtues of using mouse models in general for studying an ageing disease.
Megan O’Hare is with Dr Byron Creese, Miguel Vasconcelos Da Silva and Isabel Foote. Talking about apathy, depression, treatments for the various symptoms, and exploring drug side effects and ways to develop safer drug treatments
Dr Katy Stubbs chairs this podcast recorded on location, at this weeks ARUK Conference in Harrogate. The panel share news and highlights from across the three days.
Join Dr Megan Calvert-O’Hare interviewing the panel for an insightful discussion on PPI in biomedical research.
Adam Smith talks with PhD students Michelle Lai and Luisa Krein from the University of Sydney. Discussing research on Young-onset dementia and how they manage the pressures of life, study and work.
This week we are at Queen Mary University, London – talking to three panellists about what they discovered at the ‘Prediction and Prevention in Neurodegenerative Disease Symposium’, held on the 29th November.