Brain Health

The neuroscientists of the CNLM conduct basic research with the goal of understanding processes in the brain that enable learning and memory to occur. This type of basic research is essential for our understanding of normal memory. Also, it can provide understanding of the effects of disease and injury, and can guide the development of therapies for treatment of disease and injury. CNLM scientists do not, however, directly treat patients suffering from brain disease and injury, although many of us are involved in clinical research and in some cases clinical trials. We receive many inquiries from individuals who feel they or a loved-one are experiencing memory impairment, as well as from parents of children having difficulty learning, all of whom are looking for assistance in finding organizations that might be able to provide information and treatment. We hope that some of the links below will prove helpful in that quest.

General Inquiries

Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias

Attention Deficit Disorders

Autism

Traumatic Brain Injury

Spinal Cord Disease and Injury

Dyslexia

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