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Human neurons in mouse brains advance Alzheimer’s research

Cells behave differently when removed from their environments, just as cells that develop in cultures do not behave like cells in living creatures. To study the effects of Alzheimer’s disease in a…

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STOP EYE-BALLING MRI SCANS

STOP EYE-BALLING MRI SCANS

Up to 1 billion people in the world suffer from neurological disorders. Currently, many brain scans are still evaluated by visual inspection. Quantification of different biomarkers in these brain …

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Reversed Brexit: £250 million for Bart De Strooper's dementia research

Reversed Brexit: £250 million for Bart De Strooper's dementia research

The UK has pledged a budget of £250 million to the creation of the UK Dementia Research Institute (DRI). The institute hopes to assemble top-notch neurodegenerative research from around the countr…

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Partnering for a better mental health

Partnering for a better mental health

To address the challenges of drug development, solid strategic partnerships are needed. On the Janssen partner day, the company showcased an ongoing partnership with the University of Antwerp in m…

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Alzheimer's, ALS or a brain injury: ADx neurosciences knows how to tackle it

Alzheimer's, ALS or a brain injury: ADx neurosciences knows how to tackle it

ADx NeuroSciences might be described best as the Intel of biomarker assays for neuro-degenerative disease. They don’t create complete kits, but their top-notch biomaterials are included in the ass…

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Peter Verwilst in Seoul – Belgian scientist living abroad

Peter Verwilst in Seoul – Belgian scientist living abroad

For two and a half years now, Peter Verwilst has been working and living in one of the largest, most vibrant cities in the world, the South Korean capital Seoul. The working pressure is huge in th…

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Ending Alzheimer's before it starts

Ending Alzheimer's before it starts

Sebastiaan Engelborghs is a neurologist specialized in neurodegenerative brain diseases and believes in the potential of early diagnosis for Alzheimer's disease. Engelborghs teaches neuroscienc…

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Alzheimer's can be predicted early

Alzheimer's can be predicted early

Koen Dewaele (CEO) started ADx about three and a half years ago, when Fujirebio (the former Innogenetics), cut back its research activities drastically. Four employees who already worked on Alzhei…

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