Mapping the most efficient drug route into the brain
Watch Nazira Albargothy’s winning 3 Minute Thesis presentation.
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’.
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
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.
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
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!!