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Top Neurology Investigators from Medical University South Carolina (MUSC) Drive Virtual Clinical Trial Investigating NeuroCOVID

In addition to the stages (incubation, symptomatic, early pulmonary & late pulmonary) associated with a SARS-CoV-2 infection, known as COVID-19, two observable broader illness-based phases are associated with the virus, including 1) the acute stage and 2) the...

Major Boost for Brain Health in Canada

Twenty neuroscientists in Canada have been awarded $100,000 each in research funding, as part of Brain Canada’s Future Leaders in Canadian Brain Research Program. Anchored by a $5M gift from the Azrieli Foundation, this novel funding model enables paradigm-changing...

Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis Secure $14m to Study Alzheimer’s Disease Differences in Black Population

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis received a $14.6 million grant to support their investigations into whether early markers of Alzheimer’s that have shown promise for predicting the disease in Caucasian populations can also serve as a predictor for...

Duke Disease Retinal Imaging (DNRI) Repository Initiative Big Implications for Diagnosing & Treating Neurodegenerative Disease

Researchers are developing a powerful, new kind of patient registry by using optical coherence tomography, angiography, and ultra-widefield fundus photography. The Duke Neurodegenerative Disease Retinal Imaging (DNRI) repository initiative led by retinal surgeons...

Vanderbilt’s Warren Center Inks CNS-based Drug Development Deal with ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Showcasing their “De-Risking” Model

In an effort to develop and commercialize central nervous system disorder therapies, such as Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia, Vanderbilt University’s Warren Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery (VCNDD) entered into an exclusive worldwide licensing and...

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