Three-dimensional clusters of human neurons could allow scientists to watch neurological diseases develop in the lab.
Neurological diseases develop out of sight. Novartis neuroscientists are bringing them into the light, using human brain cells grown in the lab.
Researchers from Seattle Children’s and Novartis shed light on developmental brain disorders that lead to intractable epilepsy.
Zebrafish imaging sheds light on human neurological conditions.
The Novartis Business Development and Licensing team is behind many of the partnerships that fuel our innovation.
A pair of exceptionally large proteins provide the framework for synaptic connections.
Experimental treatments for Alzheimer’s disease put the amyloid cascade hypothesis to the test.
We surveyed 7,000 people in seven countries to find out what they know about multiple sclerosis (MS). Our survey identified several surprising misconceptions.
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