Alzheimer’s disease: Molecular Chain Reaction Found?

Researchers at Lund University in Sweden headed by Professor Singerup Linse and Erik Helistrand have recently identified a molecular mechanism behind the crucial step in Alzheimer’s that leads to the death of brain cells.   The neurological disease is associated, as a general statement, with memory loss and changes in personality.  The research at Lund […]

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Amino Acids Improve Sleep in Mice with Traumatic Brain Injury

Amino Acids Improve Sleep in Mice with Traumatic Brain Injury  A study by Oregon Health and Science University, published in Science Translational Medicine, discovered a way to fix sleep disturbances in mice suffering from traumatic brain injury.  These results are important, because people commonly experience long-term and severe sleep and wakefulness issues after suffering concussions, […]

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Roskamp Institute Celebrated Veterans Day with a seminar by Alzheimer Researcher Dr. Michael Mullan

Dr. Fiona Crawford presentedVideo of Alzheimer Research Institute Headed By Dr. Mullan Presentation on Traumatic Brain Injury a synopsis of her recent study of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Her recently published findings show how TBI can affect the brain’s inflammatory mechanisms, changes in protein levels and cellular pathways, long after the original trauma. Dr. Crawford’s […]

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The Traumatic Brain Injury Program at the Roskamp Institute

The Traumatic Brain Injury Program at the Roskamp Institute Among the soldiers who survive conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the traumatic brain injuries account for a larger proportion of their casualties than in any other US war in recent history. According to the Joint Theater Trauma Registry, established by the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical […]

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Roskamp Institute Aims to Help Injured Soldiers

Jeremy Willis of the Herald Tribune reports that U.S. Senator Bill Nelson is touring Florida during his congressional August vacation, and Melanie Marquez of the Bradenton Times explains that Nelson learned during his visit to the Roskamp Institute yesterday that it is conducting federally funded research that could help soldiers with traumatic brain injuries. The […]

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