• neuroATLANTIC is looking for active players able to use its outputs to bring new products to market 

    The neuroATLANTIC network is mainly focused on early detection non-invasive techniques of Alzheimer and stroke. It is funded to promote research and access of companies to its results in order to develop Leer más…

  • UCC (University College Cork) has pubished its paper: Histological, behavioural and flow cytometric datasets relating to acute ischaemic stroke in young, aged and ApoE−/− mice in the presence and absence of immunomodulation with fingolimod in the neuroATLANTIC framework

    The study highlights the neuroprotective and immunomodulatory effects of fingolimod in a mouse model of brain ischaemia.The data presented in this article improves our understanding of the potential neuroprotective and Leer más…

  • neuroATLANTIC Dossier is already available!

    Download this Dossier of capabilities to find out more about the project and its partners!

  • A study has investigated the link between cognitively stimulating activity and the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

    A study has investigated the link between cognitively stimulating activity and the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. The results suggest that participating in activities, such as reading, writing, and playing games, Leer más…

  • neuroATLANTIC partner CICbiomaGUNE published its paper: Longitudinal evaluation of a new BChE PET tracer as an early in vivo biomarker in the brain of a mouse model for Alzheimer’s disease

    The neuroATLANTIC project is already showing results, publishing interesting papers on diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases and ageing. CICbiomaGUNE, the Centre for Cooperative Research in Biomaterials published its paper: Longitudinal Leer más…

  • THE GALICIAN RESEARCHER, PABLO AGUIAR, TALKS ABOUT THE EUROPEAN PROJECT neuroATLANTIC, PRESENTED AT THE IV FORUM RIES19

    The Galician researcher Pablo Aguiar has been interviewed in Diario La Región about the European project #neuroATLANTIC, which was presented at the IV Forum # RIES19 and in which the Leer más…

  • THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF A CORUÑA HAS VALUED THE WORK OF THE GALICIAN HEALTH CLUSTER (CSG) DURING THE INAUGURATION OF THE IV FORUM RIES2019 WHERE THE neuroATLANTIC PROJECT WAS PRESENTED

    The mayor of A Coruña was in charge of inaugurating the IV Forum RIES2019 regarding the International Challenges of the Health Ecosystem 2019, organized by the Galician Health Cluster. A Leer más…

  • THE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE (IDIS) IS LEADING A EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROJECT ON THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PREVALENT NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH AGING

    As reported by Compostela health management in a statement, IDIS will coordinate for three years the “main platform” of the European Atlantic region to “innovate in the diagnosis and treatment Leer más…

  • SANTIAGO RESEARCHERS LEAD A EUROPEAN PROJECT TO STOP STROKES AND ALZHEIMER DISEASES.

    The Santiago Health Research Institute (Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Santiago de Compostela – IDIS), led by Professor José Castillo, will coordinate for the next three years the main platform Leer más…

  • FIDIS LEADS THE NEUROATLANTIC PROJECT ON DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES

    The laboratories of Fundación Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Santiago de Compostela (FIDIS) will coordinate the main platform of the European Atlantic region to innovate in the treatment of high-impact Leer más…