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Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre

Department of Clinical Neurosciences

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Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre

PETrace-140aThe Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre (WBIC) is a research facility attached to the Addenbrooke's Hospital Neuro Critical Care Unit and dedicated to imaging function in the injured human brain using Positron Emission Tomography and Magnetic Resonance. Our name reflects the generous funding from the Wolfson Foundation that enabled the University of Cambridge via the School of Clinical Medicine to build and equip the Centre.

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Recent publication in collaboration with the CIDDRG.

Jan 09, 2014

Defective mitochondrial function in vivo in skeletal muscle in adults with Down’s syndrome.

Dr. Acosta-Cabronero - Paper recently published in PLOS ONE

Dec 05, 2013

In Vivo Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping (QSM) in Alzheimer's Disease

Imaging study shows dopamine dysfunction is not the main cause of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Oct 29, 2013

Research suggests that the main cause of ADHD may lie instead in structural differences in the grey matter in the brain.

NIMROD study "The drive for dementia diagnosis"

Oct 11, 2013

An important new study at CPFT led by Consultant Psychiatrist Prof John O’Brien and Consultant Neurologist Dr James Rowe is looking into the possible role of the immune system in dementia and related memory disorders.

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