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Non-invasive MRI methods can detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease

View recent interviews with Mallar Chakravarty and Christine Tardif  on CTV and Global Montreal about a study about a new detection method for early signs of Alzheimer's disease.  The study, done in collaboration with the many researchers of the Douglas Hospital Research Centre, shows that non-invasive brain imaging techniques can be used to detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease, thereby opening the door to treatments and lifestyle changes that could potentially prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

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2018-05-07
New treatment approach could give quicker response times The discovery of a new mechanism involved in depression – and a way to target it with a drug as effective as classical antidepressants -- provides new understanding of this illness and could pave the way for treatments with fewer side effects. In a study published in Nature Medicine, a team of scientists at McGill University and France’s Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM) examined...
2018-05-07
Study reveals what happens on the molecular level of 20,000 genes Have you ever considered that working night shifts may, in the long run, have an impact on your health? A team of researchers from the McGill University affiliated Douglas Mental Health University Institute (DMHUI) has discovered that genes regulating important biological processes are incapable of adapting to new sleeping and eating patterns and that most of them stay tuned to their daytime biological clock rhythms. In a study...
2018-03-26
Listen to a recent interview with Naguib Mechawar, Director of the Douglas Bell Canada Brain Bank, on Radio-Canada: http://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/les-eclaireurs/segments/entrevue/64098/banque-cerveaux-montreal-sante-mentale-etudes-depression-naguib-mechawar  

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