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Summaries tagged with 'memory': about 6 results

Developing and validating tools to assess higher level cognition in children and adolescents
http://brainscan.uwo.ca/research/project_summaries/BOST0519-P.html
Project Summary - One of the best predictors of life quality, including vocational success, levels of happiness and even life expectancy, is overall cognitive functioning...

Integrating behavioural, imaging and transcriptional profiling to discover the impact of midlife stress in Alzheimer's disease
http://brainscan.uwo.ca/research/project_summaries/MW-TIBU0518-P.html
Project Summary - In Canada, one in 13 people between 65 and 74 are affected by Alzheimer's disease. By the time we reach the age of 85, that has risen to one in four. The impacts of Alzheimer's....

Developing optogenetics/electrophysiology applications for studying cognitive impairment during stress
http://brainscan.uwo.ca/research/project_summaries/WAIN1018-P.html
Project Summary - The prefrontal cortex (PFC) is a very important brain region. It plays a vital role in working memory - cognitive tasks such as temporarily remembering a 7-digit number...

Role of microglia signaling in brain circuit development and cognition
http://brainscan.uwo.ca/research/project_summaries/VAPR1017-P.html
Project Summary - Microglia are the resident immune cells of the central nervous system. They help the brain respond to injury and infections and remove damaged cells. During brain development...

Genetic manipulation of lactate metabolism to regulate memory and Alzheimer's disease pathogenesis
http://brainscan.uwo.ca/research/project_summaries/ROCU0417-P.html
Project Summary - Neurons have very high-energy needs as they transmit signals in the brain. It has long been accepted that glucose fuels the brain via a process called...

The role of astrocytes in memory: focus on pattern separation
http://brainscan.uwo.ca/research/project_summaries/TIBU1017-P.html
Project Summary - Neurons are generally assumed to be the cells responsible for memory and cognition in our brain. We know they operate in networks, they exhibit electrical...


News articles tagged with 'memory': about 13 results

BrainsCAN - BrainsCAN survey uncovers new insights into the quality of life of dementia care partners
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2020/brainscan_alzheimers_society_impact.html

BrainsCAN - Amnesia and memory processing: Q&A with Dr. Stefan Köhler
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2020/qa_stefan_kohler.html

BrainsCAN - Results Announcement: BrainsCAN Accelerator Internal Granting Program
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2020/accelerator_grants_rd7.html

BrainsCAN - Supporting care partners and those with dementia in the workplace
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2020/supporting_dementia_in_the_workplace.html

BrainsCAN - Awards announced for sixth round of BrainsCAN Accelerator Internal Granting Program
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2019/accelerator_grants_rd6.html

BrainsCAN - BrainsCAN partnership aims to showcase impact of dementia support
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2019/impact_of_dementia_support.html

BrainsCAN - Thinking beyond the neuron: BrainsCAN research examines how extracellular components can control memory formation
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2019/thinking_beyond_the_neuron.html

BrainsCAN - The science behind déjà vu and other surprising brain discoveries
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2019/surprising_brain_discoveries.html

Western Q&A with Dr. Jane Rylett: Researching Alzheimer’s Disease
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2019/qa_jane_rylett.html

Western News - Neuroscience grants promote teamwork
https://news.westernu.ca/2018/11/brainscan-mcgill-western-award-recipients-announced/

Western - Study: Brain game doesn’t offer brain gain
https://news.westernu.ca/2018/07/study-brain-game-doesnt-offer-brain-gain/

CTV - A recent BrainsCAN study at Western could change medical treatments for those living with Alzheimer’s
https://london.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1436233&binId=1.1137796&playlistPageNum=1

BrainsCAN - Shining a Spotlight on Alzheimer’s research for World Alzheimer’s Day
https://brainscan.uwo.ca/news/2018/world_alzheimers_day.html