Hippocampal subfield size predicts the precision of memory recall

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Hippocampus subfields (CA3)

The hippocampus is a brain structure crucial for forming and recollecting memories of our personal experiences, which are known as episodic memories. It was thought that each memory is processed by a completely separate set of neurons within a part of the hippocampus called CA3.

UCL and Chiesi Group announce partnership to develop a novel therapeutic for birth asphyxia

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The Chiesi Group and UCL (University College London) are collaborating to test a novel melatonin formulation as a brain protective medicine for babies who suffer birth asphyxia.

Immune system implicated in dementia development

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Diagram showing areas of the brain affected by FTD

The immune system and body’s response to damaged cells play a key role in the development of frontotemporal dementia (FTD), finds new research led by the UCL Institute of Neurology.

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