The Road to New Dementia Treatments With Giovanna Mallucci
In this plenary from Technology Networks’ online symposium, Advances in Alzheimer’s Research, Prof Giovanna Mallucci will explain how studying the unfolded protein response (UPR) pathway has led her lab to the brink of clinical trials for dementia using repurposed drugs.
The Prospect of Immunotherapy in Alzheimer's Disease With Michal Schwartz
In this plenary from Technology Networks’ online symposium, Advances in Alzheimer’s Research, Professor Michal Schwartz will outline how her team have investigated the potential of immunotherapy in Alzheimer’s disease over the last twenty years.
The Latest Developments in Alzheimer’s Research With Carol Routledge
This plenary from Technology Networks’ online symposium, Advances in Alzheimer’s Research, features Director of Research at Alzheimer’s Research UK, Carol Routledge who details the goals and objectives of new initiatives set up to tackle dementia in the last few years.
Is Prevention of Dementia Possible? With Henry Brodaty
This plenary from Technology Networks’ online symposium, Advances in Alzheimer’s Research recording features Alzheimer’s expert Henry Brodaty, who gives an overview of the environmental factors that influence Alzheimer’s risk and the trials that have investigated their potential to modify disease risk.
What Actually Happens If You Get Coronavirus?
What is the coronavirus and what does it actually do in your body?
Stanford's Professor Robert Sapolsky Depression Lecture (Video)
Stanford Professor Robert Sapolsky, posits that depression is the most damaging disease that you can experience. Right now it is the number four cause of disability in the US and it is becoming more common. Sapolsky states that depression is as real of a biological disease as is diabetes.
Mapping the Fruit Fly Hemibrain
Researchers have mapped the connectome of the adult Drosophila central brain, reconstructing 25 000 neurons.
3 Big Things We Learned About the Brain in 2019
We’ve learned a lot about how the human brain works, but there are still new discoveries and mysteries each year, and 2019 was no exception. We learned pretty big things, from internal compasses, to mysterious sniffers, to brain-washing (no, not that kind)!
A Stroke of Bad Luck: The 2019 Paget Lecture by Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell
Watch Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester give the 2019 Paget Lecture. She presents her ground breaking work on stroke and the role of inflammation in brain damage, that has recently translated into clinical trials.
Why Your Brain Thinks This Water Is Spiralling
Robbie Gonzalez meets neuroscientist David Eagleman to learn about illusions showing water that appears to stand still or float upward, wheels that appear to move backward, and more.