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Experts discuss knowledge gaps on potential risks for researchers working with Alzheimer’s disease samples


Video games show potential in improving key aspects of memory in older adults


Los NIH amplían un estudio a gran escala sobre biomarcadores de la enfermedad de Alzheimer


NIH augments large scale study of Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers


NIH expands nation’s Alzheimer’s and related dementias research capacity


First tau biomarker approved as an Alzheimer’s disease diagnostic tool


Additional study points to potential promise of plasma NfL as a biomarker for familial Alzheimer’s disease


Better executive function predicts less mobility decline after a fall


Shape and cell type matter for the spread of tau tangles in mouse brain


NIA program staff will answer questions at Alzheimer's Association International Conference virtual booth


NIH Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Professional Judgment Budget for FY 2022 now online


People with Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s show similar changes in metabolic processes as people with late stage disease


Small RNA regulates tau-related disease sex-differences in mouse models


Mouse study shows microglia not just trash disposal, but essential to healthy neuron balance


Combination of healthy lifestyle traits may substantially reduce Alzheimer’s disease risk


Researchers test new approaches to prevent delirium in older adults


Higher levels of education may help preserve memory in the face of accumulating age-related brain pathology


Alzheimer’s gene contributes to blood-brain barrier breakdown


APOE ε2 gene variant packs protective punch against Alzheimer’s disease


Retina study eyes Alzheimer’s processes to target for early screening


Blocking cellular receptor stops spread of tau in mouse brains


Two views on Alzheimer's biomarkers: Eyeing changes in vision or pupils


Large-scale analysis links glucose metabolism proteins in the brain to Alzheimer's disease biology


Alzheimer's trial screening data links high amyloid levels with early stage disease


Neural excitation linked to shorter lifespan