Roxana Carare awarded Vascular Dementia Priority Programme Award.

Funding Award

Roxana Carare awarded Vascular Dementia Priority Programme Award. Raed more

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

EPSRC Doctoral Prize

Roxana Aldea awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize.

Carare Group Comments

Mini Strokes Cause Mega Problems for Brain Cleansing. Read our comments

WUN Award

Roxana Aldea awarded WUN funding to work and gain
experience in the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, experts in modelling smooth muscle activity. About WUN

Carare Group Comments

Amyloid Plaques’ Hold on Aβ42 Dampens Peptide’s Daily Rhythm. Read our comments

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

Vitae 3 Minute Thesis UK Winner

Nazira Albargothy wins the Vitae Three Minute Thesis UK grand final.

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

Vitae 3 Minute Thesis Finalist

Nazira Albargothy a national finalist in the Vitae Three Minute Thesis UK grand final.

Carare Group Comments

Sleep and Brain Cleansing—Fresh Insights into Regulation and Disruption. Read our comments

Mapping the most efficient drug route into the brain

Watch Nazira Albargothy’s winning 3 Minute Thesis presentation.

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

3 Minute Thesis Winner

Nazira Albargothy wins the Judges choice & People’s choice awards at the Southampton University 3 Minute Thesis grand final.

Roxana wins the Peter Cooper Motor Group Influential Woman Award

Southampton Venus Awards

Roxana wins the Peter Cooper Motor Group Influential Woman Award.

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

EPSRC Vacation Bursary

Zoe Rickard awarded EPSRC Vacation bursary. We look forward to Zoe joining the team this summer.

Raisah Owasil awarded BNS bursary

Raisah Owasil awarded BNS bursary

Raisah Owasil will be analysing AQP4 on human tissue.

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

3 Minute Thesis Finalist

Nazira Albargothy finalist in the Southampton University 3 Minute Thesis competition.

Alexandra Diem Awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize

EPSRC Doctoral Prize

Alexandra Diem awarded EPSRC Doctoral Prize.

Richard Cumpsty awarded BNS Poster prize

BNS Poster Prize

Richard Cumpsty awarded BNS Poster prize.

A Simulation Model of Periarterial Clearance of Amyloid-beta from the Brain

New Publication

A Simulation Model of Periarterial Clearance of Amyloid-beta from the Brain.

Roxana a Semi-Finalist in the 2016 Southampton Venus Awards

Southampton Venus Awards

Roxana a Finalist in the 2016 Southampton Venus Awards for the most Influential Woman category. Read more.

Richard Cumpsty receives Cave Young Investigator Award 2015

The Anatomical Society Cave Young Investigator Award

Richard Cumpsty receives Cave Young Investigator Award 2015 from the Anatomical Society for his paper, Differences in the structure of the walls of cerebral arteries in the white matter compared to grey matter and the significance for Alzheimer’s disease’.

Carare Group Comments

Validation of Clinicoradiological Criteria for the Diagnosis of Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy-Related Inflammation. Read Our comments.

Dr Roxana Carare and Dr Alan Morris are mentioned by AlzForum.org

Vas-Cog 2015 Highlights

Dr Roxana Carare and Dr Alan Morris are mentioned by AlzForum.org in the article “Vas-Cog 2015 – Highlights of a conference”. Click here to read the full article.

Carare Group Comments

Clinical predictors of severe cerebral amyloid angiopathy and influence of APOE genotype in persons with pathologically verified Alzheimer disease. Read our comments.

Publication features in World Biomedical Frontiers

The Carare Group publication “Afferent and efferent immunological pathways of the brain. Anatomy, function and failure” features in the latest section of Alzheimer in World Biomecical Frontiers. Read more.

Roxana awarded a Dementia Leader Award by the Alzheimer’s Society

Roxana awarded a Dementia Leader Award by the Alzheimer’s Society

The judges were impressed by Roxana’s achievements and some of the research challenges she’s had to overcome. They also commended her research engagement activities. Find out more here.

Carare Group Comments

Smooth Muscle Cells, Not Pericytes, Control Brain Blood Flow. Read our comments

Carare Group Comments

Can Arterial Health Predict Amyloid Deposition?. Read our comments

Southampton researchers receive dementia funding boost

Dr Roxana Carare of the Faculty of Medicine will use this investment to upgrade the state-of –the-art microscopy suite. Researchers at the University of Southampton can make use of this new equipment to study the molecular causes of dementia in even greater detail, bringing us a step closer to efficient treatment targets. Read more

Brain Drain

The Carare Group feature in an article published in The Scientist Magazine that describes the lymphatic vessels of the brain. Read full article.

Alan Morris Awarded PHD

Congratulations to Alan Morris who has successfully obtained his PhD “The pathway of elimination of Amyloid Beta from the brain and the significance for the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s Disease and Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy”. Alan has been awarded a Postdoctoral position with Dr leon Tai at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He will be missed!!

It’s all about ‘sewer tunnels’

PHD Student Alan Morris wins the People’s Choice Award at Southampton’s 3 Minute Thesis competition. Watch the video or click here for more information.

Carare Group Comments

Arterial stiffness and β-amyloid progression in nondemented elderly adultsRead our comments

Carare Group Comments

ApoA1: Does Good Cholesterol Protect the Brain? Read our comments