Shiley-Marcos ADRC in the News:
Dr. Leger was interviewed on KUSI channel 8 again about the T2 intervention trial for Alzheimer's disease. Click here to watch the segment.
The T2 study is making headlines again in the most recent article published by Forbes.com. Click here to read more about how UCSD ADRC is one of the enrolling sites for this new clinical trial for Alzheimer's disease.
Dr. Feldman was interviewed by KPBS about a currently enrolling disease modifying trial for Alzheimer's disease, the T2 Protect trial. Click here to read the story and learn more!
Dr. Gabriel Leger was interviewed on KUSI channel 8 about the T2 Intervention trial for Alzheimer's disease. Click here to watch the segment and learn more about Alzheimer's disease and the enrolling study.
In Life and Death, Alzheimer's Disease Looks Different Among Hispanics Patients: Autopsy study of Hispanics with neurological condition suggests greater difficulty diagnosing living Hispanics with disease
A new study in "Scientific Reports" sought patterns in an Alzheimer's-related gene among more diverse and representative Latino populations. Dr. Hector Gonzalez was recently interviewed by public radio about his recent publication, "Apolipoprotein E genotypes among diverse middle-aged and older Latinos: Study of Latinos-Investigation of Neurocognitive Aging results (HCHS/SOL)." To read or listen to the story, click here:Researchers Study Alzheimer's Gene Across Diverse Latino Populations
Dr. Galasko co-authored the attached article, with Drs. Golde and Dekosky. It was published in Science Magazine.
“Lessons from failed clinical trials can improve the development of Alzheimer’s disease–modifying therapies.”
Congratulations to Dr. Brewer, who on Thursday, won in the Healthcare Communicators of San Diego County annual awards, winning top honors in the Writing/Op-Ed category for his commentary on Alzheimer’s research needing volunteer heroes.
As Alzheimer's Numbers Grow Among Latinos, Need for Research Grows Too, Says Experts. New grant from National Institute on Aging brings UC San Diego and San Diego State University researchers together to train, mentor and fund young scientists from Latino and other minority backgrounds
Dr. Maria Marquine, UCSD Professor and Victor Guerra, SMADRC research participant were interiewed by Channel 7 news to talk about two walks in San Diego this weekend raising money to help find treatments for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Dr. Hector Gonzalez's career and work highlighted on the National Institute of Aging (NIA) Office of Special Populations Scholar Spotlight following his presentation at the Task Force for Minority Aging Research meeting.