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Tag: Alzheimer’s disease

Dundee scientist receives £235,000 for dementia research

A SCOTS university researcher has received £235,000 to investigate how changes to the barrier between the blood supply and the brain contribute to Alzheimer’s...

Cell protein key to disease susceptibility, new study finds

Protein levels in human cells can determine the susceptibility of people to diseases such as ovarian cancer and Alzheimer’s, a University of Dundee study...

Scots uni professor wins prestigious dementia prize

A Scottish university professor has been awarded a prestigious prize for her ground-breaking work on dementia. Dr Amy Lloyd from the University of Dundee has...

Latest Alzheimer’s discovery offers hope for future treatment

Scientists at the Universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh have discovered the functions of the area of the brain in which Alzheimer’s begins, offering...

One in four memory clinic patients at risk of receiving wrong advice

Almost a quarter of people who attend memory clinics have a poorly understood brain condition that is at risk of being overlooked or even...

New dementia research focuses on the influence of lifestyle factors

FOUR SCOTTISH universities have joined forces to study how lifestyle factors may lead to dementia.   The new research programme will investigate the relationship between blood...

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