NIA announces funding of new Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial Consortium

By December 11, 2017In the News

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.

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