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Chinese-Americans abused earlier in life face greater abuse risk as elders

Research lead by the PI of the Asian Resource Centers for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR) XinQi Dong....

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Researchers bring public health focus to UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center

The UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center is expanding the scope of its research expertise with the addition of several grants led by Rachel Whitmer, professor...

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ADORE website, videos are new tools for Alzheimer's research recruitment

A blog post from the NIA's Director of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers Program Nina Silverberg....

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Guidelines proposed for newly defined Alzheimer’s-like brain disorder

Recommendations for scientists and public emerge from NIH-funded workshop....

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NIH Awards Grant for Conference Series on Alzheimer’s and Dementia Disparities

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is supporting a two-installment conference series starting in 2019 that will be organized and hosted by USC Roybal Institute....

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Seeking alternative animal models for Alzheimer’s disease

A blog post from the NIA's Health Scientist Administrator of the Division of Aging Biology Manuel Moro....

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Economist Kerwin Charles named Yale SOM dean

Dr. Kerwin Charles (1997 Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research scholar) appointed as dean of Yale School of Management....

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Diversity and inclusion will build the scientific workforce of the future

A blog from NIA Division of Extramural Activities (DEA) Training Officer (Health Science Administrator) Shahrooz Vahedi...

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Data sharing uncovers five new risk genes for Alzheimer’s disease

NIH-funded project includes largest sample to date for Alzheimer’s gene association....

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Last Year’s Research on Aging Hints at What Lies Ahead

An article from Nathan Shock Centers Director Steven Austad, PhD on recent advancements in aging research....

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