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Read the latest news about research in prevention of Alzheimer's disease.

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

11 Dec | 2019

BBRC and IMIM kick off a clinical trial of dementia prevention on people with memory problems

The PENSA Study will combine a program of interventions in lifestyle habits and the ingestion of a preparation based on a component from the green tea

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

11 Nov | 2019

José Luis Molinuevo explains Alzheimer’s research advances in the Science Week

The Scientific Director of Alzheimer’s Prevention Program of the BBRC participated in BCNSpiracy, a scientific dissemination event held in CosmoCaixa

17 Sep | 2019

A project by Dr. Juan Domingo Gispert, selected by CaixaImpulse program

The program offers economic and mentoring assistance to promote technology transfer

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

11 Apr | 2018

The research community adopts a new biomarker-based definition of Alzheimer’s disease

Dr. José Luís Molinuevo from BBRC is part of the experts’ team that worked on the new research framework for Alzheimer’s disease definition, which has been published in Alzheimer's & Dementia Journal