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

08 Jun | 2023

Marta Milà receives the extraordinary prize of doctorate in biomedicine from Pompeu Fabra University

The researcher defended the thesis, developed at the BBRC and focused on biomarkers in preclinical Alzheimer's fluids, in April 2022.

28 Oct | 2022

Raffaele Cacciaglia receives the Ramón y Cajal 2021 grant

The award is a recognition of the trajectory of the researcher, recipient in addition to a Knowledge Generation Project 2021

22 Jul | 2022

Outstanding participation of the BBRC in the AAIC 2022 congress

Our research center will have a notable presence at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC 2022), which will be held between July 31 and August 4 in San Diego.

18 Jul | 2022

A new study shows that alterations in biomarkers are associated with higher volumes of gray matter and an increase in glucose metabolism in the brain in cognitively healthy people

Research helps to better understand the relationship between biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease and the pathophysiological mechanisms that are altered in their early stages.

27 Jun | 2022

We participate in the World Summit on Neurodegenerative Diseases NEURO 2020/2022

During the congress, basic, clinical and translational aspects of research in neurodegenerative diseases were discussed.

14 Jun | 2022

Dr. Marta del Campo, appointed Director of the BBRC Fluid Biomarkers Platform

La investigadora tindrà la responsabilitat de desenvolupar, validar i implementar biomarcadors en sang per a la detecció precoç de l’Alzheimer.

09 Jun | 2022

Dr. Marc Suárez-Calvet receives the "2021 Alzheimer Award" from the SEN

The award recognizes the leadership, work and key contributions in the field of biochemical biomarkers of the researcher.

05 May | 2022

The researcher Marta Milà defends the third doctoral thesis done at the BBRC

The thesis develved into urrent knowledge of the disease during its preclinical stage and provides new evidence for its early detection.

28 Apr | 2022

Dr. Eider Arenaza-Urquijo, named ISGlobal Associated Researcher

Currently, the BBRC researcher collaborates with ISGlobal in the NCDs (Non-Communicable Diseases) and Environment program on the effects of the pandemic on mental health.