Articles with the topic: observational

HD Therapeutics Conference 2013 Updates: Day 3

HD Therapeutics Conference 2013 Updates: Day 3

Final day of our coverage of the Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2013

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 11, 2013

Illuminating findings in blood cells from Huntington's disease patients

Illuminating findings in blood cells from Huntington's disease patients

Levels of the huntingtin protein can be directly measured in blood - could this be useful for gene silencing studies?

Dr Jeff CarrollNovember 06, 2012

EuroBuzz Video: Day 1

EuroBuzz Video: Day 1

Watch the full video of EuroBuzz day 1 with Jeff Carroll and Ed Wild at the Euro-HD Network Meeting in Stockholm

Professor Ed WildSeptember 19, 2012

EuroBuzz News: Day 3

EuroBuzz News: Day 3

EuroBuzz news: Day 3. Ed and Jeff reporting from the European Huntington’s Disease Network 2012 meeting in Stockholm

Dr Jeff CarrollSeptember 16, 2012

What's the connection between Huntington's Disease and cancer?

What's the connection between Huntington's Disease and cancer?

HD patients are less likely to get cancer, according to a study from Sweden - what does this mean?

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 25, 2012

An active lifestyle may make a difference to HD symptoms

An active lifestyle may make a difference to HD symptoms

More reasons to be active: a passive lifestyle may contribute to earlier onset of symptoms in HD.

Deepti BabuJanuary 10, 2011

Does HD cause brains to develop differently?

Does HD cause brains to develop differently?

Smaller total brain volumes in male HD mutation carriers suggests brain development may be different in HD.

Dr Jeff CarrollDecember 06, 2010

Two large HD observational studies – COHORT and Registry – merge to create ENROLL-HD

Two large HD observational studies – COHORT and Registry – merge to create ENROLL-HD

Merger of two major Huntington’s Disease observational trials creates ENROLL-HD

Dr Jeff CarrollNovember 24, 2010