Brain Communications

The Brain Communications team is committed to fair, transparent, and author-friendly publication of rigorous research studies related to neurological and psychiatric disease or maintaining brain health.

Publisher
Oxford University Press
Website
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Genetics

Researchers explore role of CHAMP1 gene in neuronal development

Intellectual disability affects roughly 2–3% of the world's population. Scientists understand the genes related to intellectual disability, but how the mutations of these genes cause this developmental disorder remains ...

Neuroscience

Type of early-onset dementia now more detectable

Researchers and clinicians at the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Center have developed a free, online, clinician-administered tool that could greatly increase the likelihood of early detection of primary progressive ...

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