Warren Alpert Foundation Prize
The Warren Alpert Foundation Prize, in association with Harvard Medical School, recognizes and honors one or more scientists, physicians and researchers whose scientific achievements have led to the...
The Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test in...
Memory alterations are common in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients but the mechanisms involved in these deficits remain poorly understood. The study aims to explore the profile...
EXCELLENT PAPER IN NEUROSCIENCE AWARD (EPNA) 2020
The EPNA is awarded for outstanding scientific publications by early career scientists published in 2019, and endowed with 3,000 EUR. The application deadline is September 18th,...
Is cognitive dysfunction involved in difficult-to-treat depression? Characterizing...
This study aimed to identify clinical and cognitive factors associated with increased risk for difficult-to-treat depression (DTD) or treatment-resistant depression (TRD).
Nova plataforma segura i gratuïta per exercir la...
Els col·legiats i col·legiades del COPC compten amb una nova plataforma digital per exercir la telepsicologia amb els seus pacients de la forma més segura. Gràcies...
Neuropsychological deficits in patients with cognitive complaints after COVID-19
The aims of this study were to (1) explore the frequency of impaired performance across cognitive domains in post-COVID patients with subjective complaints and (2) uncover whether impairment existed within a single domain or across multiple
Characterization and management of cognitive and emotional alterations in COVID-19 critically ill patients after ICU discharge
Focusing in COVID-19 patients, is known that SARS-CoV-2 infection affects both the peripheral and the central nervous systems and is associated with a broad spectrum of neurological syndromes. Although rates of psychiatric morbidity associated with COVID-19-related brain dysfunction remain unknown, early reports suggest that non-critical SARS-CoV-2 patients suffer from attention deficits, processing speed difficulties and anomia after overcoming the disease
Hypothalamic pregnenolone mediates recognition memory in the context of metabolic disorders
Acute obesogenic diet administration in mice impaired recognition memory due to defective production of the neurosteroid precursor pregnenolone in the hypothalamus. Genetic interference with pregnenolone synthesis by Star deletion in hypothalamic POMC, but not AgRP neurons, deteriorated recognition memory independently of metabolic disturbances.
Brain Structural Changes during Juvenile Fibromyalgia: Relationships with Pain, Fatigue and Functional Disability
Juvenile fibromyalgia (JFM) is a prevalent chronic pain condition affecting children and adolescents worldwide during a critical period of brain development. To date, no published studies have addressed the pathophysiology of JFM. Here we characterize gray matter volume (GMV) alterations in JFM patients for the first time and investigate their functional and clinical relevance
Sex Differences in Brain and Cognition in de novo Parkinson’s Disease
Brain atrophy and cognitive impairment in neurodegenerative diseases are influenced by sex. We aimed to investigate sex differences in brain atrophy and cognition in de novo Parkinson's disease (PD) patients
Is the effect of cognitive reserve in longitudinal outcomes in first-episode psychoses dependent on the use of cannabis?
The aim of this study was to evaluate the differences in clinical presentation according to the use of cannabis (cannabis users vs non-users) among patients presenting a FEP (non-affective vs affective psychosis), to investigate the impact of CR and cannabis use on several outcomes and to explore the potentially mediatory role played by CR in the relationship between cognitive domains or clinical status and functionality, depending on the use of cannabis.
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