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  • Innovative MR technology puts the University of Glasgow at forefront of brain imaging research
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  • 14th Aug 2015

  • The University of Glasgow has recently received significant external funding to support investment in state-of-the-art research facilities. This includes two high-resolution imaging systems from Siemens Healthcare with a primary initial focus on brain research. The technology will provide detailed insights into the brain’s structure, function and biochemistry in order to find causes and new treatments […]

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  • Eye-movement training therapy for visual field deficits
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  • 14th Aug 2015

  • Sight Science, a NovaVision company (OTCQB–VYCO), is bringing to the UK its NeuroEyeCoach eye-movement training therapy for those suffering from visual field deficits as a result of stroke or brain injury. NeuroEyeCoach (www.neuroeyecoach.com) is designed to re-train the ability of a patient to scan the environment and make the most of their remaining visual field. […]

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  • Buckets More MND Research
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  • 15th Apr 2015

  • The MND Ice Bucket Challenge raised £7 million for the Motor Neurone Disease Association last summer. It was a global social media phenomenon that we couldn’t have predicted but has had a massive impact. On 12 February, we celebrated this unexpected windfall and shared how the money will be spent.1 The decisions on where the […]

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  • OPTIMISE data project to capture the experience of multiple sclerosis patients
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  • 15th Apr 2015

  • Researchers will track the lives of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) in unprecedented detail in a project to improve the evaluation of treatments. To gain a better understanding of MS and its treatments there is a need for a system to collect comprehensive data that provides an in-depth picture of the experiences of MS patients […]

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