Read the latest news about research on Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
An international initiative with the participation of the BBRC has published a protocol for the creation of Brain Health Services, intended for the attention of people without cognitive impairment who wish to preserve or improve their memory.
Dr. Eider M. Arenaza-Urquijo co-chairs an international working group that investigates the relationship of these aspects with resilience to the disease
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
This project studies the risk of developing dementia in people with subjective memory complaints
The study has detected that some individuals who perceive subjective cognitive decline have a worse cognitive performance and lower grey matter volumes in areas which are affected by Alzheimer’s disease
The new Barcelonaβeta Dementia Prevention Research Clinic plans to incorporate 400 people between 60 and 80 years who have noticed that they begin to have cognitive difficulties.