Haydon lab publishes work on role of astrocytes in depression

GliaCure President Phil Haydon’s research laboratory at Tufts University has published a study showing that glia may provide the key to a novel treatment for depression. It has long been known that a total night of sleep deprivation has a fast-acting antidepressant effect; however, the mechanism underlying this effect was not understood. The Haydon group…more »



New publication supports GliaCure’s findings

On May 10, 2012 an article by was published by a research group in the journal Cerebral Cortex. This paper details a study in human brain tissue showing that bidirectional signaling takes place between neurons and astrocytes. Cerebral Cortex is not an open access journal, so the full report is available only to subscribers; however,…more »