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  • Edward Avezov
    Through an in-depth investigation of the neuronal cell biophysical properties, our program aims to Identify new targetable pathways, disrupted in dementia. In particular, we seek understanding of the role Endoplasmic Reticulum, and its structure f...
  • Anne Bertolotti Dr Anne Bertolotti
    Diverse neurodegenerative diseases share a common cause: aggregation of a specific protein in selective regions of the brain. The disease-causing proteins are expressed throughout life but neurodegenerative diseases are mostly late-onset. In fac...
  • Dr Eleni Dimou
    Tau is a soluble protein interacting with tubulin to stabilize microtubules. Under pathological conditions, it becomes hyperphosphorylated and adopts a filamentous conformation with a pivotal role in Alzheimerís Disease pathogenesis. Although tau ...
  • Elizabeth English
    My PhD project will analyse Alzheimerís Disease (AD) brain samples across the disease stages, compared to equivalent healthy brain samples. I will be looking to characterise amyloid-beta, tau, and alpha-synuclein aggregates, in terms of aggregate ...
  • Clemens Kaminski Professor Clemens Kaminski
    We develop advanced microscopic imaging techniques that permit us to elucidate molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration. We use techniques such as lifetime, spectrum and polarisation resolved imaging that inform on protein misfolding, aggregat...
  • Gabriele Kaminski Schierle Dr Gabriele Kaminski Schierle
    Our current research is focused on uncovering the molecular mechanisms that cause proteins to misfold and aggregate in live model systems of Alzheimerís Disease (AD) and Parkinsonís disease (PD). To enable this work we have developed a range of ad...
  • Dr Taxiarchis Katsinelos
    The progressive deposition of misfolded hyperphosphorylated tau is a pathological hallmark and it correlates with the disease progression of tauopathies, such as Alzheimer's disease. My research focuses on employing cellular biology and biochemica...
  • Professor David Klenerman
    Small soluble protein aggregates are thought to play a key role in the initial development of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimerís and Parkinsonís disease, but are difficult to study using conventional methods due to their low concent...
  • Michele Vendruscolo Professor Michele Vendruscolo
    Our research at the Centre for Misfolding Diseases (https://www.cmd.ch.cam.ac.uk/) is aimed at understanding the molecular origins of neurodegenerative disorders. We have set up an interdisciplinary programme that brings together methods and conc...

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