Parkinson’s may develop because of excess calcium in the brain

Research from the University of Cambridge shows that calcium affects alpha-synuclein when it binds to synaptic vessels...
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Future drug may help rewire the brain after stroke

The potential to increase brain plasticity in adults may offer hope to adults who have suffered a stroke...
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BrainBox Initiative Conference

27-28 Sept 2018 at The Wellcome Collection, London...
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European research study aims to improve treatment for traumatic brain injury

ICON plc, a global provider of drug development solutions and services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, has contributed to a complex pan-European traumatic brain injury (TBI) research study involving over 4,500 patients in...
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Videomicroscope offers astounding 3D imaging in brain and spine surgery

The new technology can help surgeons perform and collaborate on intricate brain and spine surgery....
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Revised McDonald Criteria expected to speed up diagnosis and reduce misdiagnosis of MS

Panel of international MS experts revise the McDonald Criteria for the Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis to include more avenues for obtaining supporting evidence for diagnosis....
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Using DBS significantly improves Tourette syndrome symptoms

In patients with uncontrolled Tourette syndrome, DBS improved symptoms by 45.1%....
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New study may help create a pathway for nerve regeneration after injury

Scientists have discovered that the type of immune cells associated with fighting infection can also help clear the nervous system of debris...
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Virtual reality can reduce phantom body pain in paraplegics

By restoring a sense of touch, virtual reality can provide phantom body pain relief to paraplegics...
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New study suggests link between heart blood flow and temporal lobe regions of the brain

The study suggests that people’s whose hearts pump less blood have blood flow reductions in the temporal lobe area of the brain....
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Fundamentals and applications of tES, 1-3 Dec 2017

In collaboration with UCL, this workshop will provide hands-on experience and knowledge of tES...
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New study reveals method of brain stimulation may help reduce fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis

Researchers used tDCS stimulation on patients with Multiple Sclerosis and discovered a six-point drop on a 32-point scale measuring fatigue severity....
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