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Professor James Cole, PhD and BrainKey's CEO, Owen Phillips, PhD have a conversation about BrainAge

Professor James Cole, Ph.D., has been working on measuring brain aging for 10+ years. He is a world expert on brain aging. In this video, he sat down with BrainKey’s CEO, Owen Phillips, Ph.D., and discussed what “BrainAge” is and how it may fit into the future of brain care.

Video Link Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN7nSptv9qs

Link to Professor James Cole’s Lab: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=JCOLE07

Publications by James Cole: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=JCOLE07

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Conversation about BrainAge Research

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Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) - a potentially reversible cause of cognitive decline

Normal pressure hydrocephalus is an important cause of cognitive decline.

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Brain Connectivity and BrainKey

Exciting news to share - BrainKey is releasing functional brain connectivity analysis into our platform!

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The meaning and future of Brain Longevity with BrainKey

CEO and founder of BrainKey, Owen Phillips, PhD, explains the meaning and future of brain longevity.

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I got a brain scan. How can I understand my radiology report?

Jakob Mrozewski, MD, provides useful information on how to understand your brain MRI radiology report.

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News

BrainKey's #BrainExplained
July 28, 2022

We have two amygdalae, located in the right and left hemispheres of our brain. Anxiety, but also happiness, sadness, and anger, are processed with the help of our amygdala. The amygdala also plays an important role in our memory by helping store events and emotions.

BrainKey's #BrainExplained
July 21, 2022

The Occipital Lobe contains the brain's visual processing system. It interprets vision (color, light, movement).

Even though each part of the brain is involved in specific tasks, our brains function as a whole. They are highly connected and for most tasks, many different parts of our brains are involved.

BrainKey's #BrainExplained
July 14, 2022

The Temporal Lobe is involved in memory and auditory perception, such as hearing. The Temporal Lobe helps us understand language.

The #BrainExplained with BrainKey
July 7, 2022

The Parietal Lobe manages perception and helps with the integration of sensory input, such as touch, pain, and temperature. It also interprets language and words, as well as signals from vision, hearing, motor, sensory, and memory. Also, spatial and visual perception are processed here.

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