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One of the biggest global public health challenges in human history is that of dementia.  The idea that we can defeat dementia is gripping the entire world, and the answer may be in big data research...
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A Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) Better Brain. Better Life forum kicked off the events for Seniors’ Month at Rockdale City Council on 4 March 2015.  The Better Brain. Better Life forums,...
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The World Dementia Council (WDC) has made dementia risk reduction 1 of their 5 priority areas of work.  On 29 January, the WDC issued a statement calling upon governments to adopt a risk reduction...
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Dr Julia Muenchhoff, post-doctoral research fellow in the Proteomics group at the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), has been awarded a Rebecca L. Cooper Foundation Medical Research Grant of $...
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Researchers have identified genes associated with people’s general cognitive function – how we process information.  An international team including researchers from the Centre for Healthy Brain...
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