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Betwixt and Intermixed—Dementia With Lewy Bodies

On 15 June 2009, we hosted a Webinar discussion with slide presentations by Ian McKeith at Newcastle University, UK, James Leverenz at University of Washington, Seattle, James Galvin, Washington University, St. Louis, Brit Mollenhauer of Paracelsus-Elena ...

LOAD and eFAD—Different Diseases, Different Hypotheses?

On 5 March 2009, we held a Webinar/Live Discussion with a slide presentation by Scott Small and Karen Duff, and a subsequent panel discussion with John Morris at Washington University, St. Louis; Michael Wolfe of Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston; ...

Calcium in AD Pathogenesis

A Live Webinar Discussion was held on 29 October 2008, with presentations from Ilya Bezprozvanny, Beth Stutzmann, Kevin Foskett, Kim Green, and Brian Bacskai and Kishore Kuchibhotla. This live discussion began with a Webinar featuring a slide talk with ...

The Pathogen Hypothesis

June Kinoshita, with Brian Balin, Denah Appelt, Joseph Lyons, Ruth Itzhaki, and Curtis Dobson, led this live discussion on 1 July 2004. Readers are invited to submit additional comments by using our Comments form at the bottom of the page.    Itzhaki RF, ...

Leon Thal Symposium Webinar

On Monday, 27 October 2008, a live Webinar was held by Alzheimer’s research leaders on a national action plan to accelerate discoveries of treatments to prevent dementia. The plan will be presented to the 111th U.S. Congress in March 2009. Presentations ...

Mice on Trial? Issues in the Design of Drug Studies

Tiny and timid though it may be, the humble house mouse is not only one of the most successful mammalian species on Earth, but is also the dominant model organism for medical research, especially because of the ease with which it can be genetically ...

Non-coding RNAs in Neurodegeneration

Peter T. Nelson led this Webinar from 12:00-1:30 p.m. (U.S. Eastern Time) on Friday, 26 October 2007. Transcript: Participants: Peter Nelson (University of Kentucky), Ben Albensi (St. Boniface Res Ctr/Univ of Manitoba), Laura Turner (Eisai London Research ...

APP Family: Clues to Function in Health and AD

The amyloid precursor protein was first cloned in 1987. Twenty years and 4,000+ papers later, the function of APP is still shrouded in mystery, despite the overwhelming weight of evidence linking the precursor protein to Alzheimer disease. Is the field ...

The AD8: A Brief Screening Tool for Very Mild Dementia

Jim Galvin and colleagues at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, have developed a simple tool to discern very early dementia in routine clinical settings. The field overwhelmingly agrees that dementia should be detected as early as possible, yet ...

Susceptibility Testing and Risk Assessment in Alzheimer Disease

News about a not-too-distant future of personal genomics is coming at us hard and fast. For example, the New York Times reported on June 1 that the complete DNA sequence of Nobel laureate James C. Watson, of DNA double-helix fame, has been sequenced and ...

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