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Neuroscience 2011: Conference highlights

Creator:

Alzheimer Research Forum

Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description:

 Neuroscience 2011 The 41st annual Society for Neuroscience meeting took place the last week of November in Washington. Soaking up scores of symposia, rows of posters, and a plethora of special lectures were more than 31,000 attendees. Highlights include: Targeting Toxic Extrasynaptic Signaling in HD and AD Is Alzheimer's Rooted in the Early Life? ALS Treatment Possibilities Presented at SfN, Satellite Does Estrogen Fine-Tune the Brain? Myriad Mice Mimic ALS, FTLD, Loss of TDP-43 Function Where Does TDP-43's Toxic End Really Come From? Protein Work Expands ALS/FTD Genetics Anecdotes and Music Have Special Spots in the Brain Do Measurable Changes in Brain Function Herald Dementia? New ALS Genetics Hog the Limelight at Satellite Conference Ways to Slow Brain Aging: Exercise, Estrogen, and Sleep  

Date:

05/12/2011

Rights: Public
Suggested citation:

Alzheimer Research Forum. (2011) Neuroscience 2011: Conference highlights [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/99741 [Accessed: 19th November 2019].

  

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