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Largest Alzheimer GWAS in African Americans Finds New Variants

RESEARCH NEWS 2020-10-22 Research News African Americans have about double the risk of dementia as their non-Hispanic white peers. How much of this is genetics, how much is environment? With the biggest genome-wide association study on African Americans to date, researchers led ...

PSEN2 P436L

MUTATIONS PSEN2 227083240 GRCh37 (105) C T Exon 12 Point, Missense Coding Unknown. Unknown, but MRI of one carrier showed bilateral atrophy of the temporal lobe and hippocampus. P436L Alzheimer's Disease: Unclear PathogenicityAlzheimer's Disease This ...

Postdoctoral Position in Neurocognitive Aging

JOB 2020-10-22 Employer Johns Hopkins University Principal Investigator Michela Gallagher Contact michela@jhu.edu Applicants should submit the following materials via Interfolio (ID78384) @  https://apply.interfolio.com/78384: cover letter, statement of research ...

Bioinformatician, Data Scientist or Computational Biologist

JOB 2020-10-22 Employer Washington University in Saint Louis Principal Investigator Bruno A. Benitez Contact babenitez@wustl.edu Description Washington University seeks a highly self-motivated applicant with a strong interest in identifying novel biomarkers and ...

Postdoctoral Position in Parkinson's Disease

JOB 2020-10-22 Employer Washington University in Saint Louis Contact babenitez@wustl.edu Description A postdoctoral research associate position is immediately available in the Benitez Lab at the newly created NeuroGenomics and Informatics (NGI) center, in the Department ...

Postdoctoral Position in Parkinson's Disease

JOB 2020-10-22 Employer Washington University in Saint Louis Principal Investigator Bruno A. Benitez Contact babenitez@wustl.edu Description A postdoctoral research associate position is immediately available in the Benitez Lab at the newly created NeuroGenomics and ...

Do Endothelial Cells Spur Capillaries to Grow in Alzheimer’s Brain?

RESEARCH NEWS 2020-10-22 Research News Endothelial cells tend to get short shrift in studies of Alzheimer’s, but new results now implicate these cells in the toxic brain environment of people with this disease. In the September 28 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, ...

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