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Disease Area

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 Cancer

Load Versus Response

| Jonathan James

Higher tumor mutational burden is linked to improved survival across multiple cancer types.

Disease Area Neurological

Alzheimer's Awakening

| Jonathan James

Changes in non-REM sleep may indicate early AD

Disease Area Cancer

No-Biotics for Me!

| Gemma North

We don’t fully understand how probiotics affect cancer patient prognosis, so they should be approached with caution – at least for now.

Disease Area Infectious diseases

Managing Malaria with Smarter Sampling

| Jonathan James

How targeting subclinical populations with a rapid saliva test may aid in the quest to eradicate the disease.

Disease Area Neuroscience

Holding Back the Years

| Maryam Mahdi

Seeking inspiration from plants in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

Disease Area Infectious diseases

The Intersection of Infection and Biodefense

| Marcus Horwitz

Marcus Horwitz’s primary focus is on infectious diseases, but a number of pathogens he has studied led him into the realm of bio-terrorism.

Disease Area Infectious diseases

Fighting the Flu

| Jonathan James

A screen of 2000 synthetic compounds has uncovered a novel agent against antiviral resistant influenza.

Disease Area Cancer

The Relentless Cancer Researcher

| Jonathan James

Sitting Down With… Ingun Holen, Professor of Bone Oncology at the University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, UK.

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