Today, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed what researchers at UCI MIND have long known to be true: Alzheimer’s disease is an escalating public health crisis that requires increased attention. The report examined rates of death due to Alzheimer’s
Yesterday, UCI MIND volunteer Steve O’Leary shared his powerful story to help raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease research and the UCI C2C Registry with members of his congregation at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in San Juan Capistrano.
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“We show a proof-of-concept therapy where we could reverse some of the abnormalities in the blood vessel cells by treating them with a drug,” – Thompson, who is affiliated with UCI MIND and the Sue & Bill
“Stroke is a major cause of human disability and we are trying to come up with ways of giving people a larger dose of rehabilitation therapy, especially in the home, in order to reduce disability after
UCI MIND Co-Director, Dr. Frank LaFerla, discusses Alzheimer’s disease research funding with CNBC…
UCI MIND investigators Mathew Blurton-Jones, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology & Behavior, Wayne Poon, PhD, Director of UCI MIND Tissue Repository, and Edsel Abud, MD/PhD student, have created a method to generate brain cells called microglia using human skin cells.