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Invitation to discover the « New insights into cerebellar disorders »

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Opportunity to meet Dr. Esther Becker from University of Oxford guest speaker at the NeuroForum 2019 conference and find out the «New insights into cerebellar disorders». The conference, organised by the Axe NeuroSciences, Centre de Recherche du CHU de Québec, will be held on Thursday 25,2019 at 11:00am at the LOEX site HEJ (Local R-138) and projected at the Amphithéâtre …

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Dr. Watt's research – understanding the cerebellum

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Dr. Alanna Watt talks about her lab’s research in understanding the cerebellum and the cellular changes that contribute to ARSACS in order to develop therapeutics. Presentation. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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SacsR272C missense homozygous mice develop an ataxia phenotype

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The research of Dr. Roxanne Larivière and her team supports that Sacs missense mutation largely leads to loss of Sacsin fucntion. SacsR272C missense homozygous mice develop an ataxia phenotype published in the Molecular Brain. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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Dr. Maltecca expands her research

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In addition to evaluating a post-symptomatic treatment on Sacs mice with an identified drug, Dr. Maltecca is also conducting a pre-symptomatic treatment to evaluate if such a drug can stop the neurodegeneration associated with ARSACS. Such results will be available at the end of this summer. Her work is also aimed at understanding how the drug could offer neuroprotection in …

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Dr. McKinney's research on ARSACS cells

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Dr. Anne McKinney from McGill University describes her ARSACS research project focusing on how the cells of ARSACS patients communicate together and how some drugs could have an impact on the cells. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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ARSACS article published in the Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology journal

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Dr. Slaven Erceg’s article “Investigating ARSACS: models for understanding cerebellar degeneration” has been published in the Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology journal last January. Dr. Erceg is at the Stem Cells Therapies in Neurodegenerative Diseases Lab, Research Center “Principe Felipe”, Valencia, Spain. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis:

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Preventive interventions and pratical tips for ARSACS patients

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Dre Cynthia Gagnon presents some preventive interventions and pratical tips that could be helpful if you are affected by ARSACS. This is a general overview and you should discuss with your neurologist or medical team to ensure that some of the recommendations are applicable to you. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos …

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Dr. Nethsisinghe' research project using skin cells

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As part of the video serie of ARSACS research projects, Dr. Suran Nethsisinghe from UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology in London provides a short overview of his research project using skin cells. Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec vos amis: