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What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 2

What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 2In our second lecture, Prof. Tara Spires-Jones, Prof Karen Ritchie and Prof Adam Waldman will discuss the biology of neurodegenerative disease and dementia,…

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Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) - an introduction

An introductory film about the diagnosis and treatment of FND completed in December 2018 by the Dutch film company iTZiT productions, with grateful thanks for funding by Spohr Innovations. The…

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ECAS Demonstration Video

This video provides guidance on the administration of the Edinburgh Cognitive and Behavioural ALS Screen (ECAS). The ECAS is a brief multidomain assessment originally designed for people with…

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CARE-MND research project: Tracey Millar

Senior Research Nurse Tracey Millar describes the Medical Research Council-funded brain bank, for people with MND in Scotland who wish to donate brain and spinal cord tissue after death.

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Bilingualism in Minority Languages - Professor Antonella Sorace at the Celtic Knot: Wikipedia Language Conference 2017.

Bilingualism in minority languages: a resource and an opportunity Research on the bilingual mind shows that bilingualism in any languages, regardless of their status, prestige, and worldwide…

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Siddharthan Chandran: Can the damaged brain repair itself?

After a traumatic brain injury, it sometimes happens that the brain can repair itself, building new brain cells to replace damaged ones. But the repair doesn't happen quickly enough to allow…

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Javier Escudero: Biosignal processing

In this video Javier describes his research in the processing of biomedical time series to tackle clinical problems; particularly understanding how the brain activity changes with ageing and…

From  Billy Rosendale 2 Years ago 0 likes 237 views 0  

Delirium and Dementia in old age: do our stress hormones contribute?

Wednesday 16th March 2016 Professor Alasdair MacLullich and Doctor Joyce Yau discuss during normal ageing, the brain becomes vulnerable to high levels of stress hormones. This can manifest in two…

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