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University of Florida neuroscientists have validated a potential pathway to halt the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Findings by a team of Boston University researchers offer a new understanding of the biology of Alzheimer’s disease and may eventually offer new targets for drug treatments.
A USC event targeting African-American seniors looks more like a TV show than an academic lecture. Experts are using text messages, too, to help teach about Alzheimer's disease.

The notorious genetic marker of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, ApoE4, may not be a lone wolf.

White women whose genetic makeup puts them at higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease are more likely than white men to develop the disease during a critical 10-year span in their lives, new study shows.
Now a third-year PhD student in the USC Neuroscience Graduate Program, Kwok "Chris" Im studies Alzheimer’s and immunotherapeutics, which use the immune system to fight disease.
Alzheimer's researchers at Washington University in St. Louis believe a certain gene mutation causes energy shortages in immune cells that protect the brain.
A 29-year study of homogenous population in San Diego, Calif., shows moderate drinking did not impair cognitive health in older adults.
A USC researcher is using a novel technique to deliver very large molecules to treat cancer, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
University of Florida researchers seek to slow or avert age-related cognitive decline.