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LIGHT AND SOUND BRAIN WAVE STIMULATION SHOWS PRE-CLINICAL POTENTIAL AS ALZHEIMER’S THERAPY
Research presented at Neuroscience 2019, hosted in Chicago this week, has shown promising pre-clinical data in mice that suggests altering the electrical oscillations of neuronal networks with external light and sound stimulation might have brain-boosting effects that reduce pathology related to Alzheimer’s disease (AD). In a plenary talk, MIT Picower Institute for Learning and Memory Professor Li-Huei Tsai gave an overview of research which implicates aberrant brain rhythms as having a contributory role in the neurodegeneration that is a hallmark of AD pathology. RUAIRI J MACKENZIE READ MORE