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Using neuroplasticity to overcome your hardwired genetic code

Using neuroplasticity to overcome your hardwired genetic code

The following piece was written for The Conversation by Tony Hannan, one of the neuroscientists I’ve profiled in Meet the Neuroscientists. In this article you’ll learn more about: the relationship between brain plasticity, brain wiring, neurogenesis and memory formation why the brain can’t repair itself when affected with Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s and dementia how neuroplasticity may be… Continue Reading

How to drink wine without killing your brain cells

How to drink wine without killing your brain cells

    A glass of Pinot Noir from Central Otago in New Zealand, tops the list of my favourite indulgences. Especially coming at the end of  day wrangling the kids. Or chasing that elusive perfect re-phrasing of: “…non-inferiority guidance states that non-inferiority studies seek to show that the difference in response between the active controls and… Continue Reading

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