We seek to discover new treatments for brain diseases by studying proven patterns of wellness and disease from indigenous people.
How did this cycad plant cause Alzheimer’s-like brain disease and death for so many people on a Pacific island?
Can blue-green algae blooms trigger neurodegenerative diseases like ALS and Alzheimer’s?
How did these scientists, using non-traditional research, discover a cause and potential treatment of neurodegenerative diseases?
How did an international consortium of brilliant scientists work together to discover treatments for these diseases?
How did they use indigenous plant medicine to make these discoveries?
Why do these villagers live longer without brain disease than any other humans?
Is it something in their diet?
Can a naturally occurring dietary amino acid slow ALS or prevent Alzheimer's?
There are over 5 million Americans suffering from Alzheimer’s. Chances are you know one and would like to help.
Brain Chemistry Labs Grand Opening
The Brian Chemistry Labs invite you to the grand opening of their new research center. There will be a ribbon cutting at 10 am.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 10 am – 2 pm, 1130 South Highway 89 (opposite Jackson Whole Grocer)
Come meet our team of research scientists and take a tour of our state-of-the-art facilities. Learn about our research focusing on drug discovery for Alzheimer’s, ALS, and other brain diseases.
Afterwards, we are hosting a free screening of the award-winning documentary "Toxic Puzzle: Hunt for the Hidden Killer," by Swedish Film maker Bo Landin and narrated by Jackson local Harrison Ford, at Jackson Hole Movie Works at 1:00 PM.
In the News:
Environmental Toxin May Increase Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Illnesses, Study Suggests
For the first time, scientists have observed brain tangles in an animal model through exposure to environmental toxin.
While investigating environmental toxins as triggers for neurodegenerative diseases, we have highlighted a bacterial contaminant of food, water, and even atmospheric dust as increasing the risk of brain illnesses among vulnerable individuals. We are currently studying the possible role of the dietary amino acid L-serine as a treatment for ALS, Alzheimer's, and possibly Parkinson's disease.