NIA announces funding of new Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial Consortium

The National Institute on Aging has announced funding of a new clinical trial network, charged with testing the most promising potential treatments and preventions for Alzheimer’s disease over the coming years. The $70 million grant includes UCI MIND as a clinical trial site and Dr. Joshua Grill as a unit leader. Press release >

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  • chris says:

    Please keep up this important work. You are much appreciated. Just wanted to say thanks. I came across this blog while researching the topic for my relative. Perhaps you can let readers (who don’t have 70 million dollars:) what they can do to help. God bless.

  • Dave says:

    Beautiful post. It seems that there have been so many advancements made in the last few decades in this important research, and yet, we have not reached the point where we can say we have done all that we can do. This work is so important. Thank you.

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