Prof Marios Politis of the NIG team gave an exciting new interview at the BBC World Service where he discussed the success and groundbreaking new findings of his team.
Tayyabah Yousaf and Avinash Chandra won awards for Best Poster Presentation at the Division of Neuroscience Symposium 2019
Tayyabah Yousaf and Avinash Chandra of the NIG team won with 1st and 3rd place for Best Poster Presentation during the Division of Neuroscience Symposium 2019. Congratulations both!
Prof Marios Politis of the NIG team chaired the Division of Neuroscience Symposium 2019 at King’s College London which was a big success and gathered a large number of great experts in the field.
Yasmine Needham of the NIG team has been awarded the Summer Vacation Studentship 2019 by the BBSRC Bioscience for the future. Congratulations Yasmine!
Schindlebeck and Eidelberg released a commentary entitled “Serotonergic pathology and Braak’s staging hypothesis in Parkinson’s disease” on the recent groundbreaking paper written by the NIG team.
The Telegraph released an article entitled “Parkinson’s disease spotted in brain more than a decade before symptoms emerge” where the focus is the new paper published by the NIG team.
The Guardian published an article entitled “Parkinson’s disease could be detected early on by brain changes’” discussing the outstanding new findings of the NIG team.
The Times have released an article entitled “Parkinson’s cure hope as study shows disease can be spotted decades earlier” focusing on the exciting new work of the NIG team.
The Daily Mail published a story entitled “Hope for Parkinson’s as scientists spot signs of the cruel disorder in the brain YEARS before patients show any of the traditional symptoms” discussing groundbreaking findings of the NIG team.
BBC News released a story entitled “Early brain ‘signs of Parkinson’s’ found” where they discuss recent findings of the NIG team.