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APOE Symposium

On May 10th, Sussex Doctoral School hosted a symposium recognising the role of Apolipoprotein (APOE) in the development and progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Carrying an APOE e4 gene is established to increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in older adulthood, as well as

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Alzheimer’s Research UK 2016 Conference – II

Day 1 The themes of the 1st day of the main AD conference were Frontotemporal dementia, Neurovascular dysfunction, and Inflammation & Immunity. One of many fascinating presentations on this was given by Jessica Duncombe, a 3rd year PhD student from

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Alzheimer’s Research UK 2016 Conference

  This week I attended the annual ARUK conference, in Manchester. This comprised a PhD day, followed by two days of the main conference. The PhD day included a number of talks from current PhD students on their research, as

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Ageing Speciality Research Group Meeting

Four members of the lab group attended the regional meeting of the National Institute for Health Research this week. Talks covered a wide range of topics including the importance of involving patients and the general public in the design of clinical

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Bright Sparks Weekend 2015

  On February 14th and 15th, the Ageing and Dementia Group took their knowledge and favourite experimental tasks to Hove Park Upper School for the Bright Sparks Weekend. The Bright Sparks weekend included a variety of University groups and societies from

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