Dr Tammaryn Lashley’s team at University College London are expanding their work to find out if different forms of frontotemporal dementia can have different effects on astrocytes, a key cell type in the brain.
Researchers at Imperial College London are investigating how fragments of TDP-43 can trigger the creation of toxic protein clumps in the brain.
Researchers at University College London are studying how different chemical tags on DNA switch genes on or off in FTD.
Researchers at King’s College London are investigating new mechanisms of nerve cell death and the role this might play in frontotemporal dementia
How proteins go wrong in frontotemporal dementia remains a key aim for dementia researchers.
Race Against Dementia Dyson Fellow, Dr Claire Durrant is investigating the role of tau during diseases that cause dementia, like Alzheimer’s.
Dementia researchers from the University College London are exploring the molecular changes that occur in Frontotemporal dementia.
Researchers in Southampton are investigating how the build-up of tau protein can trigger brain inflammation
Researchers are investigating how abnormal tau proteins, a key hallmark of Alzheimer’s, spread through the brain.
University of Sheffield researcher will seek to extend our knowledge of how DNA instability is involved in frontotemporal dementia caused by the C9orf72 mutation.