Huntington’s disease research news. In plain language. Written by scientists. For the global HD community.
Here's our roundup of all the science presented at the 2016 European Huntington's Disease Network biennial meeting - one of the biggest meetings of Huntingtons Disease families, scientists and care professionals.
Nearly a thousand HD family members converged on Baltimore, Maryland for the 2016 Huntington’s Disease Society of America’s Annual Convention. We normally don’t write reports from patient and family conferences, but there was something special about the atmosphere of this year’s Convention that compelled us to pen a brief update.
We present the video of Ed and Jeff's review of first day's science at the European HD Network meeting in Barcelona.
Ed and Jeff present the second day's science at the EHDN meeting in Barcelona. Features a clinical trials roundup, an exclusive interview with Prof Sarah Tabrizi about the first trial of a huntingtin lowering 'gene silencing' drug, and a surprise for EHDN president Prof Bernhard Landwehrmeyer.
Our final report from the European HD Network meeting. For the first time, video of many presentations, including our 'EuroBuzz' sessions will be made available online shortly.
Here's Ed and Jeff's live Twitter report from the second day of the EHDN 2014 meeting. Our final report will be tomorrow, and we'll be uploading video of our onstage roundup sessions soon.
Join Jeff and Ed as we tweet live from the 2014 European Huntington's Disease Network meeting in Barcelona! Exciting science ahead!
In our final video feature from the 2013 World Congress on Huntington's disease in Rio de Janeiro, we interview we interview Jim Gusella of Harvard Medical School about genetic modifiers of HD, and Neil Aronin of University of Massachusetts Medical School about gene silencing and sheep.
Here's Buzzilia, video 2: highlights and interviews from the World Congress on Huntington's disease 2013 in Rio de Janeiro. Jeff and Ed discuss biomarkers and talk to Dr Ralf Reilmann about quantitative motor assessment, and Dr Julie Stout about cognitive problems.