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Images

Scientific illustrations and graphic images showing brain function and Alzheimer's disease are available for viewing and downloading in high resolution (suitable for print) and low resolution (suitable for viewing online)

AD Video

This 4-minute video, Inside the Brain: Unraveling the Mystery of Alzheimer's Disease, shows the intricate mechanisms involved in the progression of Alzheimer's disease in the brain. (Captioned)

To download the video file: right-click one of the following links and choose "Save As":

A 5-minute video about the 2012 Alzheimer's Disease Research Summit featuring NIH officials and grantees is also available.

Alzheimer's Disease Progress Report Videos

View video interviews featuring researchers at the National Institute on Aging:

Dr. Neil Buckholtz discusses biomarkers.

Dr. Laurie Ryan discusses the National Institute on Aging's Alzheimer's disease clinical trials program.

Dr. Creighton Phelps discusses the latest criteria for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease.

Dr. Suzana Petanceska discusses the goals and challenges of translational research and Alzheimer's disease.

Dr. Laurie Ryan discusses the novel effort to discover biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease by the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI).

The Alzheimer's Project (HBO)

The National Institute on Aging/NIH collaborated with HBO Documentary Films in presenting THE ALZHEIMER'S PROJECT, an Emmy Award winning, multi-platform (television, web, DVD, and print) public health series including 4 feature and 15 supplemental films.

View the films (captioned)