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Read the latest news about collaborations of the Barcelonaβeta Brain Research Center (BBRC) with other centers and institutions.

11 Mar | 2021

European researchers improve the sensitivity to detect the early stages of Alzheimer's disease

A team of researchers from the AMYPAD consortium, led at BBRC, showed that the visual assessment used in clinical practice to evaluate amyloid PET images is sensitive to detecting the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease, and suggests a method to classify the extent of the pathology in the brain.

16 Feb | 2021

Spanish scientists uncover early links between cardiovascular risk and brain metabolism

Investigators at the CNIC, in partnership with the BBRC, have discovered a link between brain metabolism, cardiovascular risk, and atherosclerosis during middle age, years before symptoms appear

10 Dec | 2020

What are the differences according to race, ethnicity, sex and gender regarding Alzheimer's disease?

Dr. Eider M. Arenaza-Urquijo co-chairs an international working group that investigates the relationship of these aspects with resilience to the 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

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

30 May | 2019

Eider Arenaza-Urquijo has been elected Communication Chair of a Professional Interest Area of ISTAART

She will participate in the ‘Reserve, Resilience and Protective Factors’ PIA of the International Society to Advance Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment, created by the Alzheimer’s Association

24 May | 2019

NEURONET will boost synergy and collaboration across IMI’s projects in neurodegenerative disorders

Dr José Luis Molinuevo will be the representative of AMYPAD at the Scientific Coordination Board of the new European project

31 Jan | 2019

UAB and IMIM publish the results of a study which used BBRC’s MRI

The neuroimaging study shows social exclusion relevant in motivating extremism in those vulnerable to radicalisation