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Fish immune cells lend clues to spinal cord repair

Scientists have found the immune system plays a key role in helping zebrafish nerve cells to regenerate after injury. The findings offer clues for developing treatments that could one day help people…

From  Jennifer Middleton on November 8th, 2018 0 likes 8 plays 0  

Mending myelin: orchestrating brain repair in MS

In her inaugural lecture Professor Anna Williams discusses how studying human MS brain tissue and laboratory models of remyelination can increase our understanding of how this repair process works…

From  Peter Crooks on May 1st, 2018 0 likes 401 plays 0  

Resilience and Depression: the STRADL project

What makes people resilient to depression? Depression is a very common psychiatric disorder but also one of the least studied. Past research tried to pin down the reasons that led people to…

From  Rebecca Devon on April 12th, 2018 0 likes 76 plays 0  

Prof Richard Morris: Memory: why it matters and how it works

The Edinburgh Neuroscience Christmas Lecture 2016 delivered by Professor Richard Morris, CBE, FRS, Professor of Neuroscience, Centre for Cognitive & Neural Systems, and 2016 Brain Prize Winner …

From  Jane Haley on December 11th, 2017 0 likes 55 plays 0  

Another good reason to lower blood pressure: stroke due to brain haemorrhage

Professor Rustam Al Shahi Salman , Professor of Clinical Neurology, University of Edinburgh

From  Jane Haley on June 28th, 2017 0 likes 14 plays 0  

Impact of simple treatments on the global burden of stroke

Dr Will Whitely, MRC Clinician Scientist and Honorary Consultant Neurologist, University of Edinburgh

From  Jane Haley on June 21st, 2017 0 likes 8 plays 0