Category: Alzheimer’s Disease (Page 5)

September 18, 2015

Expert Jason Karlawish on Alzheimer’s Disease, Bioethics, and the Future of Medicine

This is the first in our occasional series of stories about experts who research aging and the chronic diseases of later life.  For our debut entry, we introduce you to Jason Karlawish, M.D.
September 18, 2015

ACT-AD Coalition Holds Eighth Annual Meeting

On September 16 the ACT-AD (Accelerate Cure/Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease) Coalition hosted its Eighth Annual FDA/Alzheimer’s Disease Allies Meeting in North Bethesda, Md.
September 16, 2015

Leading Experts Assess the Current State of Alzheimer’s Disease Therapeutic Development

ACT-AD Coalition Hosts Its Eighth Annual Meeting
June 26, 2015

Friends of the NIA Comments on Senate NIH Funding Bill

The Friends of the NIA has made the following statement on the Senate NIH Funding bill.
June 25, 2015

HROTW: Video Intro to Alzheimer’s

Since June is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month, we think this Health Resource of the Week would be appropriate.
June 24, 2015

Three Things to Know about Alzheimer’s Disease

We want to share three facts you should know about Alzheimer's disease; facts that are both sobering and encouraging.
May 15, 2015

ACT-AD Letter to DeGette and Upton Re: 21st Century Cures

This letter is from the ACT-AD Coalition to Rep. Fred Upton and Rep. Diana DeGette applauding their work around the 21st Century Cures bill.
May 11, 2015

Webinar: Targets for the Next Generation of Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment

On April 27 the Alliance's ACT-AD Coalition held a webinar on the future of research, therapeutic development, and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
May 5, 2015

NIA Seeks Volunteers for Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials

Right now across the U.S. there are more than 150 Alzheimer’s disease and related clinical trials being conducted.
April 16, 2015

NIH Puts Focus on Alzheimer’s

Over the last couple of weeks, the National Institutes of Health has shared several updates about its work surrounding Alzheimer's disease and dementia.