The LNCyC gets two new NIH grants: one in collaboration with UTH and another in collaboration with Brown University

Both projects are based in our research line in healthy and pathological aging, and in particular in our works in Alzheimer’s disease.

The first project (funded by the NIH-R01 program) aims to stablish the ambulatory use of EEG as diagnositc tool for the first stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

The second project (funded by the EU-US Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience  (CRCNS)) will develop a computational model to help understanding the inhibitory/excitatory balance in the first stages of this disease.