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Read the latest news about the research studies on Alzheimer's at the Barcelonaβeta Brain Research Center (BBRC).

12 May | 2020

What effects does confinement have on mental and brain health?

BBRC launches a new study to analyze the effects of confinement on mental health and brain

04 Mar | 2020

American philanthropists invest 2M euros to diagnose the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease through a blood test

The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation funds the research, thanks to donations from Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and several other philanthropists.

26 Feb | 2020

BBRC participates in the Google Summer of Code program for Computer Science students

The initiative allows students to work on open source software development projects during the summer

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

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

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

22 May | 2019

BBRC, CITA-Alzheimer and ACE Foundation share their experience in EPAD

Representatives from the three Spanish research centers who are participating in the consortium for Alzheimer’s prevention, talk about the potential of this European project.

25 Mar | 2019

Participants from Barcelona join the AMYPAD Diagnostic and Patient Management Study

BBRC will also start the recruitment of research participants for the AMYPAD Prognostic and Natural History Study in April