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Read the latest news about research on Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

22 Feb | 2023

28 European institutions establish new guidelines to prevent Alzheimer's

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.

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

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

12 Sep | 2019

The Barcelonaβeta Dementia Prevention Research Clinic reaches 200 participants visited

This project studies the risk of developing dementia in people with subjective memory complaints

16 Jan | 2019

BBRC researchers identify cognitive and brain volumetric profile differences in individuals with subjective cognitive decline

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

14 May | 2018

The Pasqual Maragall Foundation presents a unique study in the world that will analyze the risk of developing dementia in the next 5 years

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.