Tag Archives: alzheimer’s

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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Michael Schöll´s research group visits Human Amyloid Imaging Conference in Miami

The 12th Human Amyloid Imaging Conference, HAI, took place in Miami, Florida on January 17-19, 2018. The conference covered various aspects of positron emission tomography imaging of the misfolded proteins tau and amyloid in Alzheimer’s disease (AD), such as: Methodological aspects of quantitative PET including partial volume correction, cross-tracer estimates of uptake and the definition…
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Michael Schöll en av talarna på Nobel Forum-symposium

Under Nobelveckan var Michael Schöll, forskare på Wallenbergcenter för molekylär och translationell medicin vid Göteborgs Universitet och MedTech West, en av talarna på ett fullsatt Nobel Forum-symposium, organiserat av Sektionen för translationell Alzheimer neurobiologi vid Karolinska Institutet. Syftet med symposiet var att adressera de senaste framstegen i kampen mot Alzheimers sjukdom och andra relaterade neurodegenerativa…
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Michael Schöll first author of Alzheimer’s article published in the journal Brain

Alzheimer’s disease can lead to several widely divergent symptoms and, so far, its various expressions have mainly been observed through the behaviour and actions of patients. Together with researchers at Lund University, MedTech West and Wallenberg Center researcher Michael Schöll, have produced images showing the changes in the brain associated with these symptoms – a…
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