The Leonard Wolfson Experimental Neurology Centre is a dedicated, specialist centre for the conduct of first-in-human studies of novel therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.

Leonard Wolfson PhD Programmes


The Leonard Wolfson PhD programme in neurodegeneration research has now closed for applications. Those interested in the Clinical Fellowship programme will be able to apply from October 2014 for entry in 2014/15. This degree provides an unrivalled opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research under the supervision of world-class basic science and clinical researchers. >>more

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Neurofilament meeting at the Institute of Neurology 27th June 2013

Neurofilaments are structurally important proteins in the brain. Damage to the brain by either traumatic injury or disease can cause neurofilamentsto be released into CSF or blood, and measurement of these released proteins can help to diagnose or monitor neurological disease. >>more>>

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