This symposium provides an opportunity for ECRs to present their research on the barriers of the CNS in the form of talks or poster presentations, in the hopes of fostering connections between BBB researchers.
Tag: UK Dementia Research Institute
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative announced $4.5 million in funding to support 30 pairs of researchers to collaborate and apply novel approaches for gaining greater insight into neurodegenerative disorders.
This is the second of three guest blogs from Early Career Researchers who observed the recent ARUK Grant Review Board
Are you exploring a potential career move to industry? Come and hear two scientists talk about their career pathway, their transition from academia to industry.
In the second of a five -part blog series – Dr Cara Croft discusses her work and how this Fellowship has provided fantastic flexibility to allow her to take her research to the USA, whilst remaining part of a team in the UK.
Dr Katie Stubbs speaks with Dr Katie Askew, Dr Mike Daniels and PhD student Makis Tzioras. This team are all based at the UK Dementia Research Institute at the University of Edinburgh and discussing their research on Microglia.
The first of our AAIC 2020 Podcasts – Basic Science and Pathogenesis. Sharing news and views from the world largest dementia conference. Today with Dr Megan O’Hare, Professor Louise Serpell, Dr Emily Maguire and Dr Linday Sinclair
Day Three AAIC 2020 Podcast – Clinical Manifestations; Drug Development. Sharing news and views from the world largest dementia conference. Today Adam Smith chairs and talks with Dr Anna Volmer, Danielle Wilson and Dr Leonidas Chouliaras.
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 interviews Professor Bart De Strooper, National Director of the UK Dementia Research Institute and Professor David Llewellyn, Director of the DEMON Network. Discussing their new partnership and what Artificial Intelligence and Data can do to help fight dementia.