The latest update on the potential accumulation of gadolinium in brain tissue from gadolinium-based contrast agents
As part of our focus on women in STEM for International Women’s Day 2017 #BeBoldForChange, we have collated some of the top content across the Future Science Group digital sites.
Editor Lauren Pulling speaks to Helen Ling, lead author on a recent pathological study that found evidence of CTE pathology in the brains of retired soccer players
In this interview, Michael Turner (ICHIRF) discusses the Concussion in Sport project, as well as the current issues facing the field and his expectations for the upcoming Berlin meeting.
Simon Kemp (Chief Medical Officer, Rugby Football Union) discusses a new collaborative study which is seeking to identify associations between head injuries during rugby players’ careers and long-term health consequences.
To explore the intricacies of the manipulation of abuse deterrent formulations (ADFs) in the clinical pharmacology unit (CPU) and its relationship to in vitro studies.
Neurology Central talks to John Hardy (University College London, UK) following his recent receival of the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences.
The new KERUS platform developed by Exploristics fills a gap in the market for a software package capable of generating and evaluating virtual research studies, without the need for a technical knowledge of mathematical modeling. This unique simulation platform is designed specifically to give study simulations involving multiple correlated outcomes. Multiple trial scenarios can be examined in silico allowing researchers to focus on trial scenarios with the highest chance of success.