Simon Lovestone discusses the failures of animal models in Alzheimer's research, and how new work on induced pluripotent stem cells, published in Alzheimer's… Read more »
Simon Lovestone is a leading clinician scientist in the field of dementia research. His work focuses on understanding the mechanisms and biomarkers of dementia, and using informatics to extract useful information from large datasets. Dr Lovestone is Professor of Translational Neuroscience at Oxford University.
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- Human cell models of Alzheimer’s disease – moving beyond the familial - 1st December 2017