Articles with the topic: featured

HDYO! Huntington's Disease Youth Organization goes live

HDYO! Huntington's Disease Youth Organization goes live

The Huntington's Disease Youth Organization website has just launched and its website is now active at www.hdyo.org

Professor Ed WildFebruary 10, 2012

2011 - a year in Huntington's disease research

2011 - a year in Huntington's disease research

Looking back at a year in Huntington's disease research - and the first year of HDBuzz

Professor Ed WildDecember 31, 2011

TRACK-HD reveals changes in HD mutation carriers, empowering future trials

TRACK-HD reveals changes in HD mutation carriers, empowering future trials

Follow-up data from TRACK-HD study proves that we have the tests we need to successfully run drug trials for HD

Prof Anne RosserDecember 05, 2011

HDAC inhibitors and a possible 'blood biomarker'

HDAC inhibitors and a possible 'blood biomarker'

HDAC inhibitors explained, plus how new HDAC-related Huntington's disease research might help us find biomarkers

Professor Ed WildOctober 14, 2011

Oz Buzz Video: Day 2

Oz Buzz Video: Day 2

The final day of Oz Buzz: the nightly news, interviews and features presentation from the HD World Congress 2011

Dr Jeff CarrollSeptember 16, 2011

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