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16 Apr | 2019

BBRC study identifies new reference values of a biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease that could increase the number of participants in prevention strategies

Researchers have determined cut-off values that mark the transition from the absence of amyloid pathology to subtle pathology.

03 Apr | 2019

Dr. Arcadi Navarro i Cuartiellas is named Director of Barcelonaβeta Brain Research Center

The genetics professor will lead the research center of the Pasqual Maragall Foundation

27 Mar | 2019

BBRC researchers participate in the 14th International Conference on Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Diseases

Dr José Luis Molinuevo is participating in several sessions of the congress that is taking place in Lisbon, from the 26th to the 31st of March

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

22 Mar | 2019

Dr. José Luis Molinuevo on the closure of Biogen's clinical trials

The scientific director of BBRC's Alzheimer’s Prevention Program suggests trying a new aproach in order to keep working with Aducanumab

12 Mar | 2019

Spatial patterns of white matter hyperintensities are associated to Alzheimer’s disease risk factors

BBRC researchers have determined that higher risks of dementia are associated with an increased load of global white matter hyperintensities, which are brain lesions of vascular origin

07 Mar | 2019

What is the effect of biological –but not chronological– age, in Alzheimer’s disease?

BBRC researchers have received funding from the Alzheimer’s Association to analyze the possible effect of telomeres, which are considered a biomarker of biological aging, in the disease

19 Feb | 2019

Alfa and TRIBEKA join the Global Alzheimer’s Association Interactive Network

Data of the Study Alfa is now available, upon request, on the integrated online research platform launched by the Alzheimer’s Association.

31 Jan | 2019

UAB and IMIM publish the results of a study which used BBRC’s MRI

The neuroimaging study shows social exclusion relevant in motivating extremism in those vulnerable to radicalisation