The study, which mixes machine learning with systems theory, was steered by lead author Walter Bomela.
The Canadian-based study was published in support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.
An American research team publicized a new paper in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease of the neurological deficits said to have been caused by the recent coronavirus.
The findings, appearing in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Neuroscience, was based on the genetic data of participants residing in the U.S., UK, Denmark, Germany, and Sweden.
New research by the University of Cincinnati provides one of the most comprehensive analyses of neurological manifestations from COVID-19 thus far.
A UK study shows that dissociative seizures may be relieved by implementing cognitive-behavioral therapy to a patient's treatment plan.
In their findings, the team, comprised of experts of U.S. and Chinese-based medical institutions, revealed neurologic manifestations in patients testing positive for coronavirus.
The new paper. released online by the UK research group, is set to be reviewed for publication in the journal Brain Structure & Function.