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Developments in neuroscience
...Part of our dedicated Early Career Researcher (ECR) series, this session featured four ECRs who shared their work in the field of neuroscience.
Neuronal Signaling Early Career Editorial Advisory Panel
...Announcing the launch of a new Early Career Editorial Advisory Panel for our journal, Neuronal Signaling.
Clinical and Translational Research Theme Panel
...The Clinical and Translational Research Theme Panel covers the broad areas of aging, cancer, cardiovascular system & vascular biology, diabetes & metabolic disorders, diagnostics & biomarkers, endocrinology, gastrointestinal, renal & hepatic systems, immunology & inflammation, molecular bases of health & disease, neuroscience, pharmacology & toxicology, respiratory system, therapeutics & molecular medicine and stem cells.
Neurobiology of chronic pain: mechanisms, management and in-between
...In this webinar, our speakers presented an innovative approach of focusing on a unique mechanism of action of compounds that involve an indirect targeting to control surface expression and activity of the NaV1.7 channel.
Alpha-synuclein, a central player in neurodegenerative diseases
...In this webinar, we heard from the 2020 Thudichum Medal recipient, Professor Maria Grazia Spillantini. With her collaborators, Maria Grazia identified alpha-synuclein as the major component of the filaments that form the Lewy bodies in Parkinson’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies, and described one of the first mutations in the Tau gene leading to frontotemporal dementia and Parkinsonism linked to chromosome 17.
Recent developments in cryo-EM and their application to amyloids from human brain
...In this webinar we heard from the 2022 AstraZeneca Award winner, Dr Sjors Scheres at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK. During his Award lecture, Dr Scheres discussed his latest developments in cryo-EM and their application to amyloids from human brain.
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60 years of the Colworth Medal: a view across the decades (part 3)
...Bringing together Colworth winners from across the decades, join us to hear from Philip Cohen, Sheena Radford, and Mark Dillingham who will discuss their research and share experiences from across the molecular biosciences.
Research Area VI - Biological Systems
...Research Area VI covers the broad areas of biological clocks, gene therapy, embryogenesis, organogenesis, innate immunity, immune responses, inflammation, disease processes, ageing, cancer, plants, molecular medicine, neurodegeneration, parasitology, plant pathology, nutrition, cell division differentiation and death, cardiovascular disease, developmental biology, diabetes, matrix structure and tissue engineering.
The Thudichum Medal
... The Thudichum Medal is no longer open for nominations. Until 2023, this medal honoured eminent scientists who made outstanding contributions to neurochemistry and related subjects.
What we have funded
...View a selection of reports from previous grant recipients to gain inspiration and see what we have supported throughout the year.