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Sunday 20th January 2019

SanBio: Addition of a Cerebral Hemorrhage Program for SB623 Regenerative Cell Medicine

At a meeting held today, the Board of Directors of SanBio Co., Ltd. (hereinafter, the “Company”) resolved to add a program for treatment of chronic motor deficit from cerebral hemorrhage as a new indication for SB623, a regenerative cell medicine developed by the Group. (Hereinafter, the “Group” refers to two companies, SanBio Co., Ltd., and SanBio...

Friday 18th January 2019

$LLY LARTRUVO probably one of the most surprising Ph3 failure in oncology in recent memory - strong randomized Ph2 data: OS HR=0.46! So what's the lesson to be learned here? Did $LLY include too many PDGFRα-negative pts in Ph3? https://clinicaltrials.

$LLY LARTRUVO probably one of the most surprising Ph3 failure in oncology in recent memory - strong randomized Ph2 data: OS HR=0.46! So what's the lesson to be learned here? Did $LLY include too many PDGFRα-negative pts in Ph3? … @DrSarcoma @VivekSubbiah

Autifony Therapeutics achieves first milestone in agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim for a novel therapeutic approach to a range of CNS disorders

Stevenage, UK – 18 January 2019 – Autifony Therapeutics Limited (“Autifony”), a clinical stage company developing new drugs to treat serious disorders of the nervous system, today announced that the first milestone has successfully been achieved under Autifony’s option agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim. As announced previously, Boehringer Ingelheim acquired an exc...

MOLOGEN AG: Next generation TLR9 agonist product family EnanDIM(R) featured in renowned JITC journal

DGAP-News: MOLOGEN AG / Key word(s): Study 18.01.2019 / 09:48 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. PRESS RELEASE N 2 / 2019 of 01/18/2019 MOLOGEN AG: Next generation TLR9 agonist product family EnanDIM(R) featured in renowned JITC journal Berlin, 18 January 2019 - The biopharmaceutical company MOLOGEN AG reported that its scientific article on EnanDI...

Maintaining an active lifestyle in older age could prevent dementia

A new study has found that keeping active in older age may help to maintain memory and thinking skills and reduce the risk of dementia.

Thursday 17th January 2019

Targeting 'hidden pocket' for treatment of stroke and seizure

(Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory) By closely examining a special neuron receptor that is involved in memory, learning, and much more, researchers have identified a hidden molecular 'pocket.' By creating chemical compounds that affect this pocket only in very specific circumstances, they are one step closer to creating ideal treatments for stroke and seizures.

5 Discoveries That Made 2018 a Huge Year for Neuroscience

2018 was when neuroscience made the impossible possible. There was the dazzling array of crazy neurotech: paralyzed patients shopped and texted using an Android tablet with just their brain waves; BrainNet let three people collaboratively play a Tetris-like game using their thoughts; a first memory prosthesis boosted recall in humans; and brain-controlled robotic limbs could […]

Wednesday 16th January 2019

Prevalence of abnormal Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers in patients with subjective cognitive decline: cross-sectional comparison of three European memory clinic samples

Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) in cognitively unimpaired older individuals has been recognized as an early clinical at-risk state for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) dementia and as a target population for future...

Researchers identify brain cells likely involved in memories of eating that influence next meal

(Georgia State University) Brain cells involved in memory play an important role after a meal in reducing future eating behavior, a finding that could be key in understanding and fighting obesity, according to a study led by Georgia State University.

Epigenetics contribute to male and female differences in fear memory

(Elsevier) In a mouse model of traumatic memory, male mice recall fear-related memories better than female mice, according to a study in Biological Psychiatry.

NHI to Participate at Stifel’s 2019 Seniors Housing & Healthcare Real Estate Conference

National Health Investors (NYSE: NHI) announced that the Company will be meeting with institutional investors at Stifel’s 2019 Seniors Housing & Healthcare Real Estate Conference. The conference will take place on January 29th at Hotel Casa Del Mar in Santa Monica, California. President and CEO, Eric Mendelsohn, will participate in a panel discussion...

Exercise saves memory even with brain damage

Even people with limited mobility had clearer thinking if they did whatever activity they could, the study found.

Keep moving. Activity preserves memory and thinking, study shows

Even people with limited mobility had clearer thinking if they did whatever activity they could, the study found.

Mechanism Behind Plant Memory has been Unraveled

A study conducted by scientists from the University of Nottingham and the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with researchers from the Universities of Oxford and Utrecht uncovered the mechanism that allows plants to remember changes in their environment. To figure out how plants sense and ‘remember' changes in their environment, the scienti...

Keep Moving to Keep Brain Sharp in Old Age

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 16, 2019 -- Staying active in old age may help preserve your memory and thinking skills, a new study suggests. In fact, older people who were physically active kept their minds sharp, even if their brains showed signs of lesions or...

Guardian Pharmacy Services Launches New St. Louis, Mo. Pharmacy

Guardian Pharmacy Services, one of the nation’s largest long-term care (LTC) pharmacy companies, and Guardian Pharmacy of Missouri are pleased to announce the opening of a new location in St. Louis. This new location allows Guardian Pharmacy of Missouri to expand their footprint to serve assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care and independent livin...

White Oak Healthcare Finance Provides Facility to Support GMF Capital and Meridian Senior Living’s Acquisition of Rhode Island Assets

White Oak Healthcare Finance, LLC (“White Oak”) today announced it acted as sole lender and administrative agent on the funding of a senior credit facility for GMF Capital (“GMF”) and Meridian Senior Living (“Meridian”). The funds were used to acquire assisted living/skilled nursing facilities located near Providence, Rhode Island. In ...

EpiVario Secures Exclusive Worldwide License for Novel Technologies and Drugs for Memory-Related Psychiatric Diseases from University of Pennsylvania

Company acquires full rights, in all fields, for novel drug to treat memory-related psychiatric disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) January 16, 2019 EpiVario, an early-stage drug discovery and development company, today announced it has secured an exclusive worldwide license, in all fields, for novel technologies and drug candidates for a wide range of me...

A physician who lost his daughter

The day is etched in my memory. The knock at the door. Two detectives and one police officer. I knew the news was bad. We sat at our dinner table, and the dreaded words came: “Your daughter is dead.” “How?” I asked. “She hung herself during the night.” My body went numb, and the moment […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs...

Phys Ed: How Exercise May Help Keep Our Memory Sharp

Irisin, a hormone that is released during exercise, may improve brain health and lessen the damage that occurs during Alzheimer’s disease.

Tuesday 15th January 2019

Born to run: just not on cocaine

(Florida Atlantic University) A study finds a surprising response to cocaine in a novel strain of mutant mice -- they failed to show hyperactivity seen in normal mice when given cocaine and didn't run around. In other tests, they still found cocaine appealing, but displayed an inability to shake the memory of cocaine's actions when the drug was no longer administered. The key change that blocks co...

NHI Announces $50.3M Purchase and Leaseback of MA Senior Living Campus

National Health Investors (NYSE: NHI) announced today it has agreed to purchase and leaseback a senior living campus in Massachusetts for a total initial investment of $50.3 million. The lease has a 10-year maturity with three 5-year renewal options and an initial annual lease rate of 7.5% plus annual fixed escalators. NHI has committed up to $1.9 million ...

Stroke drug may also prevent Alzheimer's disease

Researchers have discovered that a drug currently being developed to treat stroke patients could also prevent Alzheimer's disease. The study shows that the genetically engineered protein 3K3A-APC protects the brains of mice with Alzheimer's-like symptoms, reducing the buildup of toxic peptides and preventing memory loss.

Monday 14th January 2019

Next Generation Photonic Memory Devices Are Light-written, Ultrafast and Energy Efficient

NewsUltra-short (femtosecond) light pulses allow data to be directly written in a magnetic memory in a fast and highly energy-efficient way.

Able-Handed Drugs Could Push GPCR Buttons, Say Conformation Mappers

One does not bang on the drug target known as the G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) as though it were a drum. Neither does one play the GPCR like a violin. The GPCR is something in between, an instrument with just a few notes, but it can be surprisingly expressive, provided it is handled deftly. This point […] The post Able-Handed Drugs Could Push GPCR Buttons, Say Conformation Mappers appea...

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