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Neurology

Subspecialties Neurology

A Bank of Biomarkers

| Georgia Hulme

Investigating biomarkers for early dementia diagnosis

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Does Dyslexia Have a Genotype?

| Georgia Hulme

Researchers have found 27 new genetic variants associated with dyslexia

Subspecialties Endocrinology

Demystifying Diabetic Neuropathy

| George Francis Lee

Can we predict which type 2 diabetes patients will develop neuropathy?

Subspecialties Neurology

Brain Injury? There’s a Blood Test for That

| George Francis Lee | 2 min read

How day-of-injury blood tests are predicting outcomes for brain trauma patients

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

Organoids: Only as Useful as Our Analysis

| David Ferrick | 5 min read

Organoids are an increasing presence in the lab – but their full potential will emerge as the technology to understand them evolves

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Lying in Wait

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

Varicella zoster virus may be linked with Alzheimer’s disease through reactivation of dormant herpes simplex virus type 1

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

The Architecture of ADHD

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

ADHD subgroups are characterized by age at first diagnosis – but are they underpinned by different genetic etiologies?

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Repetition Is Key

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

microRNA biomarker replication under less stringent collection and storage parameters shows promise for early ALS diagnosis

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Getting to the Genetic Core of Autism

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

Investigating the genotype-phenotype relationship in autism could improve our understanding of the condition’s heterogeneity

Outside the Lab Profession

Who Will Be The Caretakers?

| Geoffrey Potjewyd | 3 min read

The recent allegations of image manipulation in a major Alzheimer’s disease paper are a reminder to keep a keen eye on ethical practice


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