From Brain to Behavior: The Search for Biomarkers

 | Post date: 2020/09/26 | 

From Brain to Behavior: The Search for Biomarkers

Identifying biomarkers of neurological and psychiatric clinical conditions from brain physiology has many challenges.

From Brain to Behavior: The Search for Biomarkers

What is a Biomarker?
The general idea of a biomarker is a biological or physiological observation that indicates or predicts something clinically relevant. The most common biomarkers in use are body temperature and blood pressure which have been around over a hundred years now. Body temperature is most often an indication of an active underlying infection while high blood pressure is more an indication of risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Read Now

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