After 8 years at UCL, our lab is moving to the Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is a bittersweet feeling: we’re very excited about the future, but […]
2015 was a fantastic year; below is a roundup of some of our top moments (and you can find our Annual Report here). A lot has happened this year, despite the fact that, […]
2014 was a very exciting year for us. From novel findings, to starting great new collaborations, to improving our online presence, 2014 had a little bit of everything. Below are […]
This week we attended the American Society of Human Genetics meeting in San Diego. This was really a tour de force on the application of novel genomic technologies to the understanding […]
Over the last months we have seen more and more efforts being devoted to sequencing in order to identify genetic factors involved in disease. One of the most recent examples […]
In addition to studying the more common neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease, we also devote a substantial portion of our time working on more rare conditions. While studying a […]
The world’s largest genetic study in Parkinson’s disease (PD) was just published in Nature Genetics (for the research paper see here). In this study we have compared the genetics of […]
Our first large-scale project on Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB) was just published in the journal Human Molecular Genetics.