Symposium on Lipids in Brain Diseases - 2nd

Leiden, Netherlands

13 – 15 September 2023


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The average human brain contains nearly a kilogram of fat. That’s right. The seat of your consciousness—that very thing that might be registering surprise right now—comprises about 60 percent lipid. What does it all do and how might it figure into Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative disorders? Scientists who gathered for the 2nd Symposium on Lipids in Brain Disease, shared some answers. From fats that drive proteinopathies and inflammation to others that might bring relief, learn about some of the newest concepts in Tom Fagan’s meeting series.