903 Results for Memory

  1. Memorial Service Scheduled for Lewis P. (Bud) Rowland, MD, FAAN

    ...A memorial service for Lewis P. (Bud) Rowland, MD, FAAN, past president of the American Academy of Neurology and editor-in-chief of Neurology and Neurology Today, will be held on Sunday, June 25, 2017, at 1:00 pm at St

    • Neurology Today
    • June 08, 2017
  2. Neurotech: Neurostimulation Strategies Rescue Functional Networks and Restore Memory

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFTwo different studies found that neurostimulation helped restore verbal memory in epilepsy patients being assessed for neurosurgery.Figure. A COMPUTER program monitored the patients during a verbal

    • Talan, Jamie
    • Neurology Today
    • March 08, 2018
  3. SURVIVING THE STORM AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

    ...At Tenet Healthcare-owned Memorial Hospital, LSU Alzheimer disease specialist Paul Dash, MD, road out Katrina, camped out with his wife (a senior administrator considered essential personnel) and stepdaughter, along

    • Shaw, Gina
    • Neurology Today
    • October 01, 2005
  4. In the Pipeline-Alzheimer's Disease: Why a PET Scan “Negative” for Amyloid Does Not Rule Out Alzheimer's

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFResearchers reported that amyloid-beta accumulation in cognitively normal, baseline-negative individuals was associated with poorer trajectories on memory (but not executive function).Figure. CONVERSIONS

    • Fitzgerald, Susan
    • Neurology Today
    • April 19, 2018
  5. In the Pipeline-Mild Cognitive Impairment: Neurogranin Predicts Rate of Cognitive Decline in Individuals at Risk for Alzheimer's Disease

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFInvestigators reported that high levels of neurogranin predicted both memory and executive function declines in patients with mild cognitive impairment. Independent commentators say neurogranin could

    • Robinson, Richard
    • Neurology Today
    • February 22, 2018
  6. Researchers Identify Novel Potential New Pathway and Target for Alzheimer's Disease

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFRemoving Ephexin5 in an animal model of Alzheimer's disease led to the dendritic spine density returning to normal levels and normalization of learning and memory behavioral testing.Figure. EPHEXIN5

    • Talan, Jamie
    • Neurology Today
    • July 06, 2017