EuroBuzz 2014 Video, day two

EuroBuzz 2014 Video, day two

Video of our second live session at the European Huntington's Disease Network Meeting.

Dr Jeff CarrollOctober 10, 2014

Melatonin alterations in Huntington's disease help explain trouble with sleep

Melatonin alterations in Huntington's disease help explain trouble with sleep

Study shows HD patients have decreased levels of melatonin, which may explain why so many suffer from sleep problems

Leora FoxOctober 07, 2014

EuroBuzz 2014: day three

EuroBuzz 2014: day three

Our third and final report on the 2014 European Huntington's Disease Network meeting in Barcelona

Dr Ed WildSeptember 21, 2014

EuroBuzz 2014: day two

EuroBuzz 2014: day two

HDBuzz reports on the second day of science at the European HD Network meeting in Barcelona

Dr Jeff CarrollSeptember 20, 2014

EuroBuzz 2014: day one

EuroBuzz 2014: day one

Highlights from the opening day of the 2014 European Huntington's Disease network in Barcelona, Spain

Dr Ed WildSeptember 19, 2014

Going toe-to-toe with tau: new insights into the chemical basis of Huntington’s disease

Going toe-to-toe with tau: new insights into the chemical basis of Huntington’s disease

Does tau protein – which causes problems in other neurodegenerative diseases – contribute to Huntington's disease?

Siddharth NathSeptember 13, 2014

New results bring BDNF therapies into focus

New results bring BDNF therapies into focus

Some unexpected findings suggest new ways to aim at an old target in HD

Dr Jeff CarrollAugust 18, 2014

2CARE study of coenzyme Q for Huntington's disease ends in disappointment

2CARE study of coenzyme Q for Huntington's disease ends in disappointment

The largest ever HD drug trial, testing coenzyme Q10, is halted for 'futility'. What does that mean for HD research?

Dr Jeff CarrollAugust 13, 2014

A starring role for astrocytes in Huntington's disease?

A starring role for astrocytes in Huntington's disease?

Brain cells called astrocytes might play a bigger role than previously thought in Huntington's disease

Terry Jo BichellJuly 29, 2014

HD mice provide a useful failure

HD mice provide a useful failure

Can drug trials that fail be helpful? A HD mouse study provides solid evidence of an approach that doesn't help HD

Dr Jeff CarrollJuly 22, 2014

Illuminating the progression of Huntington’s disease

Illuminating the progression of Huntington’s disease

Researchers have used mice with glowing brain cells to decipher the first steps of neurodegeneration

Dr Tamara MaiuriJune 25, 2014