UCI mouse study finds dramatic increase in brain plaques when key cells are lacking
National Institute on Aging grants $4.7 million to Dr. Ira Lott’s research team
Results suggest greater emphasis on managing slumber habits of people with AD risk
UCI mouse study finds significant improvements in both motor and cognitive function
A UCI stem cell researcher will receive a $1.15 million CIRM grant to advance the study of brain immune cells and their role in Alzheimer’s disease.
UCI MIND will host the 24th annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference on Sept. 20.
UCI MIND hosts one of the field’s most influential annual Alzheimer’s disease research conferences featuring speakers and presentations showcasing the latest breakthroughs. Center director Frank LaFerla discusses the 2011 conference and exciting research and treatment efforts for the disease.
UCI’s Memory Assessment Clinic is the only outpatient facility in Orange County providing comprehensive services focused solely on the early identification of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Forgetting where you parked your car, the name of someone you just met or a new phone number is a sign of the normal changes to short-term memory that most healthy adults experience as they age. Becoming lost on the way to the grocery store, not recognizing someone familiar or forgetting what a phone does, […]