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New PET tau tracer outperforms established MRI measures

Michael Schöll Michael Schöll, Associate Professor at the Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine at the University of Gothenburg and MedTech West, is co-author of the article “Discriminative Accuracy of [18F]flortaucipir Positron Emission Tomography for Alzheimer Disease vs Other Neurodegenerative Disorders“, published in JAMA in September, 2018. To diagnose Alzheimer’s disease reliably is still…
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Michael Schöll på Kungliga slottet för pris från Drottning Silvia

Foto: Yanan Li Under den högtidliga diplomeringsceremonin på Kungliga slottet den 18 april delade Drottning Silvia ut två forskningspriser. Ingmar Skoog fick ta emot ”Alzheimerfondens stora forskningspris” på 2,5 miljoner kronor och Michael Schöll tilldelades ”Drottning Silvias pris till en ung alzheimerforskare”. Ingmar Skoog, professor, psykiatriker och föreståndare på Centrum för Åldrande och Hälsa (AgeCap),…
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Nick Ashton at London Science Museum

On Saturday 24 March, Nicholas Ashton, postdoc in Michael Schöll´s Research Group, gave a speech at the prestigious London Science Museum as part of the public event “Delve into Dementia”. Nick´s talk focused on the challenge of diagnosing preclinical Alzheimer’s disease and why it is critical, even when there is currently no cure. He presented…
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Installation and presentation with William Jagust as a new Visiting Professor at GU

Professor William Jagust, professor at School of Public Health, University of California in Berkeley, USA, is part of Michael Schöll´s research group at The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine, Gothenburg University. Wiliam Jagust is a professor of neuroscience and public health at the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, University of California, Berkeley. He will…
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