Forest Ray received his PhD in systems biology from Columbia University, where he developed tools to match drug side effects to other diseases. He has since worked as a journalist and science writer, covering topics from rare diseases to the intersection between environmental science and social justice. He currently lives in Long Beach, California.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can predict disease progression using blood samples, a first long-term study of the molecular changes underlying neurodegeneration reports. Scientists at McGill University trained an AI algorithm ... Read more
Huntington’s patients who were treated with the compound WVE-120102 showed a statistically significant drop in mutant huntingtin protein (HTT) in their cerebrospinal fluid, according to a recent Phase 1b/2a ... Read more
Abnormal development of neural tissues may precede neurodegeneration in early-onset juvenile forms of Huntington’s disease, a recent study has found. Researchers also showed how targeting the cellular pathway involved ... Read more
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