-European Wellness and Heidelberg University revolutionize Down syndrome research, advancing towards neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental studies

HEIDELBERG, Germany, Sept. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — An innovative research collaboration between the European Wellness Biomedical Group (EWBG), through its affiliates European Wellness Academy (EWA), and Baden R

In a pivotal study published in Frontiers in Neuroscience (doi: 10.1002/brb3.3186), investigators Dr. Osama Hamadelseed, Prof. Dato’ Sri Dr. Mike Chan, Prof. Dato’ Sri Dr. Michelle Wong, and Prof. Dr. Thomas Skutella synthesized data from 84 studies spanning from 1977 to 2022. Their findings challenge the conventional view of Down syndrome as a homogeneous group, revealing unique neuroanatomical changes related to language and memory deficits that emphasize the need for personalized care approaches. .

“Individualized assessment of neuroanatomical landmarks and cognitive abilities is essential to develop effective intervention strategies,” commented Head of Neuroanatomy at the University of Heidelberg, Prof. Dr. Thomas Skutella.

A second study, published in Brain and Behavior (doi: 10.1002/brb3.3186), delved into the link between cognitive abilities and brain volume variations in Down syndrome using MRI and psychological evaluations. The findings underscore the connection between impaired cognitive functions, language skills, and brain volumes in Down syndrome, and offer insights into early intervention and rehabilitation management.

“This information could drive early intervention strategies and contribute to the design of an effective rehabilitation management protocol,” said Dr. Osama Hamadelseed.

These studies represent a significant advance in the understanding of Down syndrome and related neurodevelopmental disorders, with the potential to redefine care strategies for people with Down syndrome, ushering in a new era of better, personalized support. quality of life.

Globally acclaimed for its innovations spanning stem cell therapy, immunomodulation, regenerative biologic medicine and more, EWBG is working closely with the University of Heidelberg, Germany’s oldest university and a stronghold of scientific research in Europe. , in several joint research projects, including those related to autism, global developmental delay and neurodegenerative disorders.

EWBG President and Scientist Prof. Dato’ Sri Dr. Mike Chan, Senator of the German Federal Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade (BWA), has reaffirmed his continued commitment to creating sustainable growth through strategic international collaborations in bioregenerative medicine.

European Wellness Academy

EWA, a CPD-authorized body and academic arm of EWBG, offers premium training and development in cutting-edge bioregenerative medicine modalities for practitioners and researchers. Its core academic team is comprised of qualified physicians, immunologists, and scientists with numerous international affiliations and accreditations.

Baden R

Baden, with branches in Germany and Asia, serves as the R&D arm of EWBG. Equipped with world-class facilities and an experienced team of experts, Baden is a leading provider of bioregenerative research and development.

Heidelberg University

Founded in 1386, the University of Heidelberg is the oldest university in Germany and a recognized research powerhouse in stem cell research and immunology in Europe. With 56 Nobel laureates associated with the institution, the University of Heidelberg has a storied history.

Brandon Johnmedia@european-wellness.com

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