Researchers at the BHRC are investigating the mechanisms of learning, memory, ageing, and cognition. Understanding how memories are formed contributes to our understanding of learning and cognition, and may provide answers to why memory fails in diseases like Alzheimer's.
Such information is necessary for developing new therapeutic treatments that target specific disease mechanisms that affect memory function.
Find out more about our research into the neural mechanisms of memory:
Memory mechanisms and Alzheimer's disease
- Professor Cliff Abraham
- Professor David Bilkey
- Professor Warren Tate
- Dr Nick Cutfield
- Dr Stephanie Hughes
- Dr Ping Liu
- Dr Joanna Williams
- Dr Hu Zhang