National Institutes of Health (August 9, 2016): An Expanded Map of the Human Brain

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National Institutes of Health (August 9, 2016): An Expanded Map of the Human Brain

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Tue, 08/09/2016

Our thinking, perception, and ability to understand language are processed in the outermost layer of the brain, the cerebral cortex. Knowing exactly where our senses and perceptions take shape in the brain is important for unraveling how aging, neuSee Original Article

Harvard Gazette (September 13, 2016): Clues to How ‘Super-Agers’ Retain Young Memories

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Tue, 09/13/2016

Some loss of memory is usually considered an inevitable part of aging, but new research reveals how some people appear to escape that fate. A study by investigators at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital examined a group of older adulSee Original Article

Scientific American (July 27, 2016): Alzheimer’s Patients Face Flurry of Fees While Waiting for Specialized Care

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Wed, 07/27/2016

Lengthy waiting lists for rooms for Alzheimer’s patients are forcing caregivers to put their loved ones in less specialized facilities – which often levy additional fees for every extra service required to keep those vulnerable residents safSee Original Article

National Institutes of Health (September 8, 2016): NIH Award Expands Landmark Alzheimer’s Biomarker Study

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Thu, 09/08/2016

The Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) – the long-running National Institutes of Health-supported study investigating brain and fluid biomarkers of the disease – enters a new phase of discovery with the launch of ADNI3. With the receSee Original Article