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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

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

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

Man in glasses looking at camera.

Dr. S. Ahmad Sajjadi receives the inaugural UCI MIND Joan and Don Beall Scholar Award

Support for research into degenerative brain disease biomarkers

Xiangmin Xu

UCI wins 5-year, $14M NIH grant to study brain circuits susceptible to aging, Alzheimer’s disease

Findings will advance development of better early diagnostic tools, new treatment strategies

UCI team uncovers key brain mechanisms for organizing memories in time

Convergence research project integrated neurobiology with data science techniques

Frank LaFerla
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Coping with memory impairment during the holidays

School of Biological Sciences Dean Frank La Ferla offers advice for family members

Jean Ho, postdoc, and psychological science professor Daniel Nation photo: Steve Zylius/UCI

UCI-led meta-analysis identifies hypertension medications that help ward off memory loss

People taking drugs that cross the blood-brain barrier experienced less cognitive decline

UCI researchers receive $3.5 million grant to study elderly with certain type of dementia

UCI School of Medicine researchers have been awarded a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study a type of dementia, called hippocampal sclerosis, that often mimics Alzheimer’s disease. Led by Dr. Seyed Ahmad Sajjadi, assistant professor of neurology, the study will test the hypothesis that HS sufferers have more significant […]

The Alzheimer’s crunch

With jump in patients expected, new leader of clinical research operations at UCI MIND aims to accelerate translation of discoveries into effective treatments