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Neurological

Disease Area Infectious diseases

Rage Against the Dying of the Light

Sitting Down With… Jose Pulido, Larry A. Donoso Endowed Chair, Wills Eye

Disease Area Neurological

Getting on Target for Alzheimer’s

| Neil Cashman, James Kupiec

"Biogen revitalizes hope for Alzheimer’s therapy, but their work highlights why we still need greater selectivity."

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

Seeing is Believing

| Jonathan James

Could changes in retinal blood vessels act as an early bio-marker for Alzheimer’s disease?

Research Field Cell & gene therapy

A Fighting Chance

| Neil Ebenezer

A new technique shows promising results for patients with sight loss from Leber congenital amaurosis

Research Field Neurological

Redirecting Cell Fate

| Jonathan James

A chemical cocktail of small molecules shows promise in driving neuro-regeneration.

Disease Area Neurological

Neurons Under (Astroctyic) Attack

| Jonathan James

Could manipulation of micro-RNA cross-talk between astrocytes and neuronal cells yield a new therapeutic avenue for ALS?

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

Biomarkers Beyond Our Wildest Dreams

| Luke Turner

Different glycosylation patterns in patients with idiopathic REM sleep behavior disorder could predict the future onset of neurodegenerative disease.

Disease Area Neurological

Breakdown Breakthrough

| Jonathan James

Exploring the link between blood brain barrier permeability and cognitive dysfunction.

Disease Area Neurological

The Fear of Fat

| Jonathan James

Obesity-induced anxiety might be caused by the accumulation of fatty senescent glial cells – and cleared by senolytics.

Disease Area Neurological

Alzheimer's Awakening

| Jonathan James

Changes in non-REM sleep may indicate early AD


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