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Alzheimer’s disease

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CNCM is awarded $1.4 million NIH grant for Alzheimer’s disease research training

Funds will support projects with significant clinical translational potential

Bryce Mander, UC Irvine associate professor of psychiatry & human behavior

UC Irvine-led study links sleep apnea severity during REM stage to verbal memory decline

Novel findings among elders at risk for Alzheimer’s open door to personalized interventions

The UCI School of Medicine team members who helped develop new viral vectors that will advance neural circuit mapping include, from left, front row: Michele Wu, Alexis Bouin, Ginny Wu, Qiao Ye and Xiangmin Xu; back row: Todd Holmes, Bert Semler, Orkide Koyuncu and Liqi Tong.

UC Irvine-led research team creates novel rabies viral vectors for neural circuit mapping

New tools can detect microstructural changes in aging and Alzheimer’s disease brain neurons

Dana Mukamel, UCI professor of medicine.

High-quality nursing home dementia care is not only a matter of adding staff

UC Irvine-led study finds that specialized training and stable labor force are also critical

Joshua Grill, co-director of UCI MIND and associate professor of psychiatry & human behavior.

UC Irvine is part of $16 million effort to increase dementia research representation

More Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders sought for studies on aging

Tom Lane, left, and Kim Green.

UCI biologists to study COVID-19 link to Alzheimer’s

Two-year Alzheimer’s Association grant to support the novel research

Michael Yassa and a woman looking at ta computer monitor.

Addressing disparities in Alzheimer’s disease research

UCI project focused on Black and Hispanic adults to serve as beacon of inclusivity

UC Irvine to lead multi-institutional study of single-cell vulnerabilities to Alzheimer’s disease

Campus awarded $10 million NIH grant to analyze early-stage impact of tau protein deposits

Vivek Swarup

UC Irvine neuroscientists develop ‘meta-cell’ to move Alzheimer’s fight forward

New process reveals single-cell secrets for novel therapeutic targets

Dana Mukamel

Nursing home dementia residents’ care linked to majority presence, UC Irvine-led study finds

Heterogeneous populations found in most facilities, highlighting need for specialized training