Articles with the topic: featured

Oz Buzz Video: Day 1

Oz Buzz Video: Day 1

Day 1 of Oz Buzz: the nightly news, interviews and features presentation from the HD World Congress 2011

Professor Ed WildSeptember 15, 2011

Ten golden rules for reading a scientific news story

Ten golden rules for reading a scientific news story

Avoid the hype: HDBuzz presents ten 'golden rules' for reading a news story or press release about Huntington's disea

Professor Ed WildSeptember 05, 2011

Stem cells and HD: past, present and future

Stem cells and HD: past, present and future

Stem cells - who needs 'em? Scientists make brain cells from skin cells. Could this help HD?

Dr Jeff CarrollAugust 08, 2011

Making babies: having a family, the HD way

Making babies: having a family, the HD way

Making babies: HDBuzz's feature article on fertility technologies that can help at-risk people to have HD-free childr

Dr Nayana LahiriJuly 02, 2011

KMO inhibitor drug improves lifespan of Huntington's disease mice

KMO inhibitor drug improves lifespan of Huntington's disease mice

Positive results from tests of a new 'KMO inhibiting' drug in Huntington's disease mice

Professor Ed WildJune 02, 2011

The genetic 'gray area' of Huntington's disease: what does it all mean?

The genetic 'gray area' of Huntington's disease: what does it all mean?

Intermediate alleles and reduced penetrance – the genetic 'gray area' of Huntington’s disease, explained

Dr Nayana LahiriApril 22, 2011

Dimebon fails in late-stage human HD clinical trial

Dimebon fails in late-stage human HD clinical trial

Dimebon fails to improve symptoms in HD patients in the HORIZON trial

Dr Jeff CarrollApril 11, 2011

Gene silencing for HD: the story so far

Gene silencing for HD: the story so far

Is gene silencing as exciting as it sounds for HD, and what might the future hold?

Professor Ed WildMarch 22, 2011

Interview: Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at Novartis

Interview: Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at Novartis

HDBuzz interviews Graeme Bilbe, Global Head for Neuroscience at pharmaceutical giant Novartis, about their HD researc

Professor Ed WildMarch 14, 2011