Alzheimer's & Dementia News and Research

Latest Alzheimer's & Dementia News and Research

Timothy Huang receives $2.8 million to continue research on Alzheimer's disease

Timothy Huang receives $2.8 million to continue research on Alzheimer's disease

Gene therapy approach delays disease onset in humanized mouse models of familial ALS

Gene therapy approach delays disease onset in humanized mouse models of familial ALS

Light-activated proteins can help normalize dysfunction within cells, study shows

Light-activated proteins can help normalize dysfunction within cells, study shows

Microvascular disease and Alzheimer's associated with more white matter damage, more inflammation

Microvascular disease and Alzheimer's associated with more white matter damage, more inflammation

Socioeconomic deprivation associated with increased dementia risk and faster memory decline

Socioeconomic deprivation associated with increased dementia risk and faster memory decline

17 recommendations for better communication with study participants affected by early stopping of clinical trials

17 recommendations for better communication with study participants affected by early stopping of clinical trials

CDC study describes safety profile of second mRNA COVID booster

CDC study describes safety profile of second mRNA COVID booster

Using digital devices could help improve memory skills, study finds

Using digital devices could help improve memory skills, study finds

Newly developed nanobodies could eventually be used to treat neurocognitive disorders

Newly developed nanobodies could eventually be used to treat neurocognitive disorders

ALZ-NET: First data collection and sharing network for new FDA-approved Alzheimer's treatments

ALZ-NET: First data collection and sharing network for new FDA-approved Alzheimer's treatments

Experiences of racism linked to lower memory scores, worse cognition in midlife and old age

Experiences of racism linked to lower memory scores, worse cognition in midlife and old age

The Alzheimer’s Association recognizes seven researchers for contributions to the field of dementia science

The Alzheimer’s Association recognizes seven researchers for contributions to the field of dementia science

Persistent loss of smell due to COVID-19 may better predict long-term cognitive, functional impairment

Persistent loss of smell due to COVID-19 may better predict long-term cognitive, functional impairment

Experts release appropriate use recommendations for Alzheimer’s disease blood biomarkers

Experts release appropriate use recommendations for Alzheimer’s disease blood biomarkers

Study shows the link between common viruses and onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Study shows the link between common viruses and onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Study uses Twitter data to understand stigma against people with dementia during the pandemic

Study uses Twitter data to understand stigma against people with dementia during the pandemic

New report provides a detailed picture of people with younger onset dementia

New report provides a detailed picture of people with younger onset dementia

Hospices have become big business for private equity firms, raising concerns about end-of-life care

Hospices have become big business for private equity firms, raising concerns about end-of-life care

Proteomics profiling of COVID-19 patients identifies dysregulated proteins and pathways

Proteomics profiling of COVID-19 patients identifies dysregulated proteins and pathways

Two new studies explore mental and physical resilience of female athletes

Two new studies explore mental and physical resilience of female athletes