Parkinson’s disease, LRRK2 and inflammation

Over the past decade geneticists have discovered a number of genes that can cause familial or inherited Parkinson’s disease. There are almost twenty known genes that can increase the risk or even cause Parkinson’s disease if they become mutated. There is much hope amongst scientists that by understanding the function of these genes new ideas about how Parkinson’s disease starts […]

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Public neuroscience

Neuroscience is nearly everywhere, and in places where it isn’t, it should be. NeuRA is committed to communicating its research findings and the implications of these findings to a broad audience. We all have a brain and a nervous system collecting sensory input, controlling our breathing, beating our heart, coordinating our muscles, telling our face when to smile. 

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