"Mechanism to Intervention in Nutrition and Dementia"
"The brain has a remarkable capacity to meet its nutritional needs, including glucose and micronutrients, lipids and amino acids. Carrier and barrier transport mechanisms help sustain and adapt to a constant demand for ascorbic acid, folate and omega 3 fatty acid DHA. One hypothesis is that blood-brain barrier breakdown in aging disturbs carrier and barrier mechanisms involved in the maintenance of an ideal nutritional condition in the CNS. A high-level review of the “vascular components” of cognitive decline and dementia will take a turn toward original research on BBB function and mild cognitive impairment, inflammation and targeted nutritional interventions for cognitive health"
Invited by Prof. Dr. Michael Wagner, DZNE
Time and location of the seminar: March 13, 2017, 5.00-5.45 pm Auditorium XVII, Nußallee 17, Bonn-Poppelsdorf.
Further information about the research group of Gene Bowman.