Category Archives: Science communication

A step forward in understanding hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus is a devastating structural neurological disorder marked by enlarged brain ventricles due to accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid. The current diagnosis and treatment of hydrocephalus is inadequate due to a lack of understanding about the mechanisms behind its development. Hydrocephalus may be accompanied by low intracranial pressure and it continues to remain a clinical challenge to differentiate this disease with […]

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The Winter edition of the NeuRA Magazine is out!

Read the latest edition of our NeuRA Magazine – online version here… In this edition, we feature an article on The Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN), an international research partnership determined to defeat Alzheimer’s disease, and our first clinical trial participant, Amanda Ayliffe. You can also read about a recent study by NeuRA’s Prof Stephen Lord and Dr Phu Hoang […]

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NeuRA Magazine #10 is here!

The Spring edition of the NeuRA magazine is ready to read! This issue, we feature our new clinical trial to improve memory, language and learning in people with Down syndrome. We report our latest research findings, from new genetic sequences in mental illness to how testosterone affects brain growth. You can also read about our Books for Brains challenge. Subscribe to read future print […]

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