Press releases

- Dementia: Combination of “Feelings” and Measurements Suggest Alzheimer’s in the Early Stage

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New evidence on subjective impairments in cognitive performance

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- “Hartwig Piepenbrock-DZNE Prize” Honors Research on Brain Diseases

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Neuroscientist Michel Goedert from Cambridge, UK, has received the "Hartwig Piepenbrock DZNE Prize", which is endowed with 60,000 euros.

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- Alzheimer's: Amyloid and Tau Are a Perilous Couple

DZNE study provides new insights into pathological phenomena of Alzheimer‘s disease.

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- European Partnership between Academia and Pharma to Study SCA3 Ataxia

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A European research consortium led by DZNE will be investigating the neurodegenerative disease “Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 3” (SCA3) in collaboration with the French pharmaceutical company Servier Laboratories.

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- Alzheimer’s: Protective Immune Cells Active Decades Before Symptom Onset

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In individuals with a genetic predisposition to Alzheimer’s disease, the immune cells of the brain – the “microglia” – start exerting a protective effect up to two decades before the first symptoms appear.

 

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- The Retina as a Potential Biomarker for Reduced Brain Matter

Cross-section through the human retina showing its different layers.

A study by DZNE and the University Hospital Bonn suggests that assessments of the eye’s retina could help to detect a loss of brain substance, i. e. “brain atrophy”.

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- Alzheimer‘s: Researchers Investigate Drug Candidates against „Tau Aggregates“

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DZNE scientist Markus Zweckstetter has been awarded 150,000 euros by the European Research Council to test potential drugs against Alzheimer’s disease in laboratory studies.

 

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- Highly Responsive Immune Cells Seem to be Beneficial for the Brain

Microglia cells under the microscope.

Findings by DZNE researchers and partners support the view that hyperactive immune cells in the brain can have a protective effect in the course of neurodegenerative diseases.

 

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- A Nationwide Study: Does PET Help with “Unclear Dementia”?

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A consortium led by DZNE has been tasked with investigating whether patients with “dementia of unclear etiology” benefit from examination of the brain using amyloid PET.

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- State-of-the-art Brain Scanner for Dementia Research Starts Operation in Rostock

The scanner is intended in particular for research into the early diagnosis and treatment of dementia.

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