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The future of our research in brain cell types and Alzheimer's and how we are continuing to practice team science.

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Newsletter September 2020
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The future of brain cell types research

The future of brain cell types research

We sat down with Hongkui Zeng, Executive Vice President and Director of the Allen Institute for Brain Science, to hear her thoughts on brain cell types research, the future areas of focus for the division, and new efforts to understand the human brain.

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Stories


Team science in the era of remote work

Team science in the era of remote work

As the COVID-19 pandemic dictates physical distance and many scientists are working from home, how can teams pivot to pull off coordinated research efforts?

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A new approach to Alzheimer’s disease research

A new approach to Alzheimer’s disease research

Find out more about the Allen Institute’s new collaboration to understand Alzheimer’s disease at its earliest stages and develop a detailed map that could lead to more targeted therapeutics and hopefully someday, a cure.

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Testing treatments aimed at Alzheimer’s for COVID-19 patients

Testing treatments aimed at Alzheimer’s for COVID-19 patients

A team of cardiology researchers had a creative idea for a new way to treat dementia. Now they think it could help coronavirus patients too. In our latest episode of Lab Notes, an Allen Institute podcast, we sat down with cardiologist and American Heart Association-Allen Initiative in Brain Health and Cognitive Impairment awardee Mukesh Jain to talk about the links between brain health and COVID-19.

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Virtual Distinguished Seminar Oct. 1

Virtual Distinguished Seminar Oct. 1

Our Distinguished Seminar Series is going virtual. Our next speaker is Anatol Kreitzer of the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease and the University of California, San Francisco who will speak Oct. 1, 10:30-11:30 a.m. PT. Registered attendees will receive a link to join the seminar online.

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Exploring Frontiers: The Future of Brain Health Research

Exploring Frontiers: The Future of Brain Health Research

Join us online Oct. 7, 9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. PT, for our first virtual Exploring Frontiers session. Speakers will present their pioneering research efforts on topics ranging from neuroimmunology to astrocytes to cognitive impairment.

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