Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience research
Cells & behaviour
The Cells and Behaviour Unit investigates the neurobiological mechanisms governing mood and cognition in health & disease using fundamental and translational research.
Our Mission is to uncover fundamental mechanisms of mood and cognitive processes, as well as to reveal the biological basis of psychiatric disorders to identify and validate new intervention targets.
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Research in the Neurodegeneration Unit encompasses a wide range of neurodegenerative disorders, including dementias (such as Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementias), motor neuron diseases (such as amyotrophic sclerosis (ALS) ataxias), and Parkinson’s disease and related disorders (such as progressive supranuclear palsy).
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Members of the Neurology Unit study the disorders of the brain that are common in adults and children – like epilepsy, stroke, headache, sleep disorders, learning difficulties, cognitive function, myopathies and Parkinson’s disease.
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