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Read the latest news about Researchers at the Barcelonaβeta Brain Research Center (BBRC).

11 Feb | 2021

"Contributing in the field of Alzheimer's is what motivates me the most to give everything in my work"

Four BBRC scientists tell us their experience on the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

23 Dec | 2020

José Luis Molinuevo has been named on the Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list

The scientific publications of the promoter of the BBRC Alzheimer's Prevention Program are among the 1% of the most cited in its field in Web of Science.

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

20 Nov | 2020

The BBRC incorporates new members to its Scientific Advisory Board

The advisory board is composed of renowned researchers in the field of Alzheimer’s disease and neurodegenerative diseases

28 Oct | 2020

The BBRC receives the European Commission award 'HR Excellence in Research'

The award recognizes the commitment of the research center with the principles set out in the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of research staff.

28 Sep | 2020

Avalanche of data against Alzheimer's

The digitization of the data collected in our studies allows us to accelerate our research, improve its integrity and make it available to researchers around the world.

07 Aug | 2020

BBRC presents more than 20 studies at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2020

The most prominent congress dedicated to Alzheimer's research has been held completely virtual

23 Jul | 2020

Explore BBRC research at the AAIC 2020

Check out the oral presentations, posters and collaborations of the researchers of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Program

09 Jul | 2020

BBRC researchers explain how their projects have progressed during the lockdown

The COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped the scientific activity of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Program