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Find out more about hot findings discovered by NEURON projects

 

 

  • Neuroimaging

    MESCOG (‘Mechanisms of small vessel related brain damage and cognitive impairment: integrating imaging findings from genetic and sporadic disease‘) 

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/732.php)
  • REVIS ('Restoration of Vision after Stroke'): development of treatment for people with loss of vision

    The international research project was funded under the framework of the ERA-NET NEURON.

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/739.php)
  • Researchers find piece of autism puzzle

    EUHFAUTISM ('European high-functioning autism network: translational research in a phenotypically well characterised sample‘)

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/731.php)
  • Study finds genes not environment behind Parkinson's

    REPark (‘Modeling Parkinson’s disease by iPS technology: generation of human affected dopaminergic neurons and gene disease correction by site-specific integration’) 

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/744.php)
  • Alzheimer's-linked protein can travel into brain

    MIPROTRAN (‚Transfer of misfolded protein as a pathogenetic mechanism in neurodegenerative disease’) 

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/747.php)
  • Final Symposium on JTC "Mental Disorders"

    On January 13th and 14, 2014 ERA NET NEURON held its 33 meeting in Lisbon, Portugal. Key element of the meeting was the final symposium of the 11 projects funded under the JTC 2010 ‘European Research Projects on Mental Disorders’.

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/525.php)
  • EUROPEAN MONTH OF THE BRAIN in May 2013

    EUROPEAN MONTH OF THE BRAIN in May 2013, the ERA-NET NEURON organised a symposium on ‘NEURODEVELOPMENT AND RELATED DISORDERS’ on May 16th, 2013 in Reykjavik.

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/740.php)
  • Final Symposium

    In January 2013 NEURON organised a symposium on the development and advancement in methods and technologies towards the understanding of brain diseases.

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/457.php)
  • Interview and Article

    An Interview with PD Dr. M. Dorlöchter and an article "NEURON – advanced Origami of Joint Transnational Calls", by PD Dr. Hella Lichtenberg, Dr. Petra Lüers and PD Dr. M. Dorlöchter (GLOBAL SCIENTIA, Issue 2, 2012, PDF 2,64 MB)

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/501.php)
  • A Neuron 2012 paper on research funded under the frame of ERA-NET NEURON

    The research of Hebrew University neurobiologist Prof. Nelken, who led a team investigating brain activity in the auditory cortex of rat brains,could in the long term lead to the development of better hearing aids in humans. By Judy Siegel-Itzkovich.

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/476.php)
  • New genetic variants for Parkinson's disease

    In 2011 the European Commission Research & Innovation published an article about a project funded by NEURON.

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/737.php)
  • Interview with Professor Korth by Researchmedia.eu

    The ERA-NET NEURON funded DISCover project group (University of Düsseldorf, Medical School, Germany) is making discoveries about the biology of chronic mental disease, which could be helpful for improving diagnosis and treatment for schizophrenia.  

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    (URL: http://www.neuron-eranet.org/en/386.php)

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