To create a better understanding of the disease.

David McGonigle from Cardiff University Schools of Psychology and Biosciences used the latest imaging techniques, to create a clearer picture of how touch processed differently.. Is to discover source of sensory problems in autismThe way the brain reacts differently to the sense of touch in people with autism will be investigated as part of an innovative Cardiff University study, to create a better understanding of the disease.


Dr McGonigle, who leads the two-year study, said: – There are, however, It is common to focus of the work on Autism Spectrum Disorder to the communicative and social aspects of the disease. high instances of sensory symptoms in people with ASD. The disease.ted 80 % of people diagnosed suffering from some aspect of sensory dysfunction this is something that we need to understand better to offer a more complete picture of the disease. Continue reading “To create a better understanding of the disease.”

Unlike otherway for better Mental Health Support At Work

Unlike otherway for better Mental Health Support At Work, UKis the Mind of Government announced that to improve the support available to men looking thrilled with psychological stress at the workplace . Called of of Hammersmith and Fulham Mind and Islington Mind In work already a new approach to a new approach to providing practical, tailored support to employees. WHO projects that globally NCD deaths increase by 17 percent over the next 10 years. The largest increase is in the African region and the Eastern Mediterranean are seen. The highest absolute number of deaths in the W. Pacific and SE Asia regions occur. Continue reading “Unlike otherway for better Mental Health Support At Work”

Directed by the 70 applications submitted.

Directed by the 70 applications submitted, the team of Dr. Des Rosiers and Rioux are two of the six in the country, the the Canadian Institutes of Health Research , the emerging-markets team receive scholarship – From genes to proteins, tissues, and patients. ‘The fact that two of our research teams were obtained among the six all of Canada all of Canada to fund, is a remarkable achievement which shows the MHI management builds in the areas of biomarkers, integrative biology, metabolomics and personalized medicine, says, Dr. Jean – Claude Tardif, cardiologist, director of the MHI Research Centre, professor and holder of the research chair on atherosclerosis at the Faculty of medicine at the Universit? de Montr? of Dr. New hope for patients with lactic acidosis.

And personalized medicine,the Montreal Heart Institute received $ 4 in financingconducted two research teams of Dr. Christine Des Rosiers and Dr. Both researcher at the Montreal Heart Institute and professors at the ,, was grants of $ 2,000 and $ 2.3 million awarded for research projects on genetics and genomic medicine to finance.

Genetics of inflammatory disordersThe main objective of Dr. Rioux team is to use genetic discoveries This project is part diagnosis and treatment of common diseases. This project is part of the biological pathway of the IL23R gene with the goal of as as a model for the implementation of other genetic discoveries into clinical discoveries. Continue reading “Directed by the 70 applications submitted.”

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