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Diagnostics Neurology, Genetics and epigenetics, Omics

Virtually Detecting Early Alzheimer’s

With no cure available, a better understanding of the early pathological mechanisms in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) could be a huge step forward in the quest to treat the disease effectively, and to detect it earlier. Although many recent studies focus on biochemical tests, or neuroimaging techniques, some new research explores a very different angle – identifying those at increased genetic risk of AD by analyzing the way they navigate a virtual landscape

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Roisin McGuigan

I have an extensive academic background in the life sciences, having studied forensic biology and human medical genetics in my time at Strathclyde and Glasgow Universities. My research, data presentation and bioinformatics skills plus my ‘wet lab’ experience have been a superb grounding for my role as an Associate Editor at Texere Publishing. The job allows me to utilize my hard-learned academic skills and experience in my current position within an exciting and contemporary publishing company.

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