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An Idiosyncratic View of AD Biomarkers

Dr. Coleman led this live discussion on how biomarker information and basic science of AD can inform each other. He reviewed how the more common biomarkers of tau and Aß peptides relate to the major neurobiological deficits in AD—synaptic loss and ...

M1 Receptors Play a Central Role in AD Pathology and Cognition

Our thanks to Neuron for providing free access to this paper for the purposes of this live discussion. Caccamo A, Oddo S, Billings LM, Green KN, Martinez-Coria H, Fisher A, LaFerla FM. M1 receptors play a central role in modulating AD-like pathology in ...

Data-mining for Medications That Affect the Incidence of Dementia

Ben Wolozin of the Boston University School of Medicine presented some results from analyzing a 4.5 million-subject database of medical records to identify medications that are associated with reduction or increase in the incidence of dementia. His team& ...

Webinar: The NeuronDB Knowledge Base

Gordon Shepherd and Kei Cheung from Yale University led this Web seminar. Our featured presenters provided an introduction to SenseLab, which is a long-standing database project to build integrated multidisciplinary models of neurons and neural systems. ...

Webinar: Axonopathy in Mouse Models of AD

Despite the availability of a wide range of animal models of Alzheimer disease, none of them are able to fully recapitulate all the facets of the disease. Axonopathy is a case in point. Although there has been renewed interest in the link between axonal ...

Whole Genome Study for Parkinson Disease

Katrina Gwinn-Hardy led this Web seminar and discussion on the whole genome study of Parkinson disease which was published recently in Lancet Neurology. Co-author Gwinn-Hardy presented the findings and introduced some discussion topics around data sharing ...

The Alzheimer Biomarker Knowledge Base

Debra Revere discussed how the tools developed by the Telemakus Research Group have been used to extract research methods, animal models, data from tables and figures, and research results from published literature.    View Presentation You will need ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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