Alzheimer's disease: forget about it?

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About the research
 

Dean Paes (Hasselt University & Maastricht University) hopes to develop new medication for people with Alzheimer's disease in his PhD. This way, he hopes to be able to help patients to create and preserve more memories, so that they can really experience life again.

Dementia
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Dean Paes
UHasselt

Dean Paes (NL) is a PhD-researcher at Hasselt University and Maastricht University. He studies why memory formation is weaker in Alzheimer's disease. Dean does this by coupling his background in neurobiology and neurochemistry with critical thinking and a great deal of curiosity. His ambition is to develop a new drug that can help improve the quality of life of people with Alzheimer's disease.