Mount Sinai Experts Call for Research on Prevalence of Delayed Neurological Dysfunction After Head Injury
April 5, 2013
Preventive measures, genetic risks, new diagnostic tools needed to identify effects of traumatic brain injury in athletes, soldiers.
Mount Sinai Leads Global Program Using Stem Cells to Accelerate Cures for Alzheimer's Disease
March 27, 2013
Researchers collaborate with the New York Stem Cell Foundation using skin samples and brain imaging to identify causes and cures.
New Drug Is Safe and Effective in Reducing 'Off' Time in People with Parkinson's Disease
March 21, 2013
New research in Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease were presented at the American Academy of Neurology meeting this week.
EurekAlert.com - "Rejected Drug May Protect Against Toxic Substance Common to Both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases"
August 13, 2012
Latrepirdine, which failed in U.S. Clinical Trials of Alzheimer’s Disease, is showing new potential in an animal model.
Researchers Rediscover Potential of Rejected Alzheimer’s Drug to Arrest Progression of Disease in Mice
August 8, 2012
Study Suggests that Latrepirdine, Which Previously Failed in Clinical Trials, May Be Successful if Tested on Patients with Earlier Stages of the Disease