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Read the latest news about research and scientific resultats on Alzheimer's disease at the Barcelonaβeta Brain Research Center (BBRC).

24 Apr | 2020

BBRC researchers working abroad tell us how they are living the COVID-19 pandemic

Four researchers explain in a video (in Spanish) how they are working with this new scenario

28 Jan | 2020

“The Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant allowed me to come back to Barcelona and to clinical research”

Dr Marc Suárez-Calvet explains his experience and the current stage of the project that he has led with European funding

07 Jan | 2020

New study finds changes in brain structure and cognition in people with insomnia

The research opens the door to a new line of research that will analyze the relationship between sleep quality and Alzheimer’s risk

04 Dec | 2019

New study relates alterations in white and gray matters and cognition

The results complement previous findings with participants of the Alfa Study

26 Nov | 2019

A study by BBRC and Hospital Clínic finds brain changes in healthy people with subjective cognitive impairment

The results show that people with beta-amyloid alteration and subjective perception of cognitive impairment have cerebral volume loss in areas associated with Alzheimer’s disease

07 Oct | 2019

Dr. José Luis Molinuevo participates in a paper that recommends informing about beta amyloid as a risk factor for dementia

The vision, which is signed by scientists from international centers, has been published in Lancet Neurology

23 Sep | 2019

Myelin alterations are found in the white matter of people with higher Alzheimer’s risk

The Alfa Study, with the support of "la Caixa", has allowed to have a very extensive cohort of cognitively healthy participants

30 Aug | 2019

Scientists identify a protein that could protect against Alzheimer’s disease

Marc Suárez-Calvet, researcher at the BBRC, is a co-author of this study led by University of Munich

27 Aug | 2019

The BBRC participates in an oncology study published by Hospital del Mar

The research, where BBRC collaborates, shows that protecting the hippocampus avoids memory loss in patients who need cranial radiotherapy