Deciphering dementia’s gender gap

UCI researchers win grant to explore why Alzheimer’s affects more women

New UCI center to look at life by the numbers

Mathematics and biology come together in interdisciplinary research effort

Nursing professor to study fitness therapies with grant from National Institute on Aging

Lorraine Evangelista, professor and interim associate dean of Academic & Student Affairs in the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing, was awarded an exploratory/developmental research grant by the National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging (R21AG053162) for her study entitled, “Fitness Intensive Therapy (Get FIT) to Promote Healthy Living in Older Adults.” The award […]

UCI cracks code to restoring memory creation in older or damaged brains

Crucial gene gains new life after molecular brake is lifted

UCI neurobiologists aim to identify biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers hope to develop brain imaging tools for pre-symptomatic diagnosis

Effort to create mouse that more closely mirrors human Alzheimer’s wins federal grant

Genetically engineered model could boost anti-dementia drug research

Addressing the daily dilemmas of dementia care

Alzheimer’s conference co-hosted by UCI will tackle such sensitive subjects as intimacy, elder abuse, driving risks and end-of-life options

Link between biological clock and aging revealed

UCI-led study shows low-calorie diet may help keep body young

Fountain of Youth

Anthropologist explores how avatars create a Second Life free from Parkinson’s and other impairments

Alzheimer’s: It’s Not What You Think

Claudia Kawas turns the study of the disease on its head, leading other researchers to change their assumptions