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Gut may play a role in development of Parkinson’s disease
UK DRI researcher part of team to discover that the gut may play a role in development of Parkinson’s disease
Genetic Database for Parkinsons Clues
Creation of the world's largest open access database for pathology-related variants
Alzheimer's brain 'atlas' may help identify new treatments
£2m initiative to create multi-'omics atlas of the Alzheimer's brain
Big virtual pub quiz supports Alzheimer's Research UK
Dr Ash Venkataraman explains Alzheimer's disease during the Guinness World Record pub quiz
Brain’s 'support cells' help mammals to keep time
Astrocytes are star-shaped nerve cells found in the brain and spinal cord that were thought to support neurons in regulating circadian rhythms
Edmond and Lily Safra Research Fellows
Rising research stars bolster Imperial’s dementia research mission
Major donation to accelerate reseach
will support fellowships for rising stars in Parkinson's Disease research
Proteins behaving badly
Misfolded proteins, amyloid diseases and the path to treatments for Alzheimer’s
New Year's Resolutions
We look back at the past year to see how Imperial’s researchers could provide inspiration
Can you sleep your way to a healthier brain?
Experts researching the science of sleep turn their attention to dementia for the first time.
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