Novel Approaches to Early Intervention in Alzheimer's
UCSD's Comprehensive Alzheimer's Program tackles clinical trials to improve memory and slow progression of AD.
Chronic Stress and Alzheimer's Disease
A new study led by Robert Rissman, assistant professor of neurosciences, shows that chronic stress spawns protein aggregates linked to AD in mice.
Genetic Mechanisms Discovered in Autism
A study led by Eric Courchesne finds dysregulation in pathways that govern brain development of the prefrontal cortex in young patients with autism.
UCSD One of First to Use Viral Vector to Treat Brain Cancer
Clinical trial at Moores Cancer Center uses Toca 511 to treat recurrent tumors.
Neurosciences Assistant Professor Andrew Huberman has joined a consortium of glaucoma researchers called "Catalyst for the Cure" sponsored by the Glaucoma Research Foundation. Find out more and watch a video.