Breakthrough research suggests drug commonly used to treat blood on the brain is ‘worse than placebo’
Breakthrough research suggests drug commonly used to treat blood on the brain is ‘worse than placebo’. Chronic subdural haematoma is one of the most common disorders managed by neurosurgeons, and findings from this trial will change practice.
Investigating Parkinson's disease and Dementia with Lewy bodies
Research at the University of Plymouth: ITSMed researchers investigating the causes and mechanisms that lead to nerve cell death, resulting in Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies, thanks to funding from the charity BRACE.
The Clinical Neurology Research Group is coordinating a variety of clinical research projects relating to neurodegenerative diseases.