The following interview with Phyllis Mullenix took place on October 18, 1997. The interviewer is Paul Connett. I. ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Connett: We're talking with Dr. Phyllis Mullenix, who in 1995, published a very important work on the neurotoxic effects of fluoride in rat studies. And Phyllis would you begin by telling us your
With the recent discovery of lymph vessels in the human brain , never mind the glymphatic and perivascular drainage systems, does anybody truly understand how waste proteins leave the aging brain? And what do pericytes do, exactly? On Monday, October 30, leading international experts on protein clearance in neurodegenerative disease will discuss these questions and more during a daylong conference organized by UCL’s Leonard Wolfson Experimental Neurology Centre in London (see program ). The meeting is sold out, but anyone can watch it on the UCLTV You Tube Channel , while joining a twitter debate via #UCLDementiaSeminars .
Biomarkers offer the potential to supplement traditional diagnosis and classification of TBI. In a recent study published in JAMA Neurology, a research team from the US, Egypt, and Kuwait investigated the efficacy of three plasma biomarkers to accurately distinguish acute mild and chronic TBI: hypophosphorylated tau protein (P-tau); total tau (T-tau) protein; and the ratio of P-tau to
Neuroscience and Society: The Meditating Brain -- Sara Lazar, ., describes research into the effects of meditation on the brain during an event at AAAS in September. More videos from the event are on our YouTube channel .
Does Brain Gym® International have research on the effects of the Brain Gym activities? Yes, we offer three primary publications that summarize our ...
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