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Edinburgh Neuroscience's Neuroscience Day is an annual day of talks and poster presentations from neuroscientists of all backgrounds at The University of Edinburgh. It is an opportunity for the clinicians, basic researchers and students at Edinburgh to meet and exchange ideas in a fun and informal setting. Over 300 researchers join us for a day of talks and posters. Highlights include the poster competition for PhD students, and the Annual Distinguished Lecture.
Join us for EdInburgh Neuroscience's 2018 annual Christmas Public Lecture and find out why our blood vessels are so critical to the health of our brains. Professor Joanna Wardlaw is one of Edinburgh's pioneering neuroscientists and a Principal Investigator in the new UK Dementia Research Institute at the University of Edinburgh.
Professor Joanna Wardlaw (Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences and ) and colleagues have published a study investigating treatments for preventing the recurrence of lacunar stroke, a condition which often occurs in small vessel disease, which can result in memory problems and dementia.
Congratulations to four outstanding Edinburgh Neursocience researchers on being elected to the Ro
Dr Tom Russ has published a study showing that the risk of dementia is different between men and
A Joint Symposium with the postgraduate students from the University of Tokyo. All welcome - no registration required.
Dr Michael Thrippleton and members of the HARNESS Initiative, led by Professor Joanna Wardlaw (both Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences), have recently published an in-depth review and position statement on MRI measurement of subtle blood-brain barrier leakage in clinical research studies.
We have many large neuroscience disease-related projects currently undertaking cutting edge research at The University of Edinburgh.
Professor Jean Manson (Roslin Institute and Centre for Dementia Prevention, University of Edinbur
Dr Tom Russ, Prof Ian Deary, Prof John Starr and colleagues (Alzheimer’s Scotland Dementia Research Centre, and Centre for Cognitive Ageing & Cognitive Epidemiology) have published a large longitudinal study which has found a link between quality of drinking water with dementia risk.