2011 Fall ADRC Meeting

Note: Following are links to available presentations from the meeting. The full agendas can be found here.

ED Core Leaders Meeting

Alzheimer's Association: Update on Trial/Match program
William Thies, PhD; Chief Scientific Officer
Alzheimer's Foundation of America update
Susan Peschin, MHS; Vice President of Public Policy
Collaborative LP study
John Morris, MD; Director, Washington University
The role of evaluation in Education Cores
Jim Galvin, MD; Education Core Leader, New York University
Evaluation of recruitment into Alzheimer's Disease Core research projects: The NGAGE Model
Raj Shah, MD; Education Core Leader, Rush University
Evaluation of recruitment strategies at University of California, San Diego ADRC
Christina M. Gigliotti, PhD; Community Health Program Supervisor, University of California, San Diego
Development of a tool to assess attitudes towards brain donation (a NACC Collaborative Project)
Linda Boise, PhD; Education Core Leader, Oregon Health & Science University
Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute statewide clinic network
Mark Sager, MD; Education Core Leader, University of Wisconsin
Professional education approaches at University of California, San Francisco
Howard Rosen, MD; Education Core Leader, University of California, San Francisco
The Admin wiki: Development, functionality and lessons learned
Caroline Latham; University of California, San Francisco

NP Core Leaders Meeting

No linked presentations.

Directors Meeting

NIA update
Marie Bernard, MD; Deputy Director, NIA
Update on the LP survey
John Morris, MD; Director, Washington University
The Toronto Dementia Research Alliance: Potential for novel international collaborative research partnerships
Barry Greenberg, PhD; Director of Strategy, Toronto Dementia Research Alliance; Director, Neuroscience
Drug Discovery and Development, University Health Network (Toronto)
ADGC update
Gerard Schellenberg, PhD; Principal Investigator, Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Consortium
Scientific session: A systems biology approach to Alzheimer's disease
Richard Mayeux, MD, MSc; Chair, ADRC Executive Committee
GWAS studies
Gerard Schellenberg, PhD; University of Pennsylvania
Master regulator analysis of AD neurons
Michael Shelanski, MD, PhD; Columbia University

NACC/Data Core Leaders

Description of UDS 2.0 and planned UDS 3.0 test batteries
Sandra Weintraub, PhD; Clinical Core Leader, Northwestern University
Item response theory
Paul Crane, MD, MPH; University of Washington
Multiple imputation
XH Andrew Zhou, PhD; Biostatistician, NACC
Discussion and implications for transition process from UDS 2.0 to 3.0
Dan Mungas, PhD; Leader, Data Management & Biostatistics Core, University of California, Davis
Introduction of work subgroup and summary of first meeting
Hiroko Dodge, PhD; Data Core Leader, Oregon Health & Science University
Data from a community-based cohort study relevant to discussions of preclinical changes of AD
Paul Crane, MD, MPH; University of Washington
Change point analysis in Alzheimer's disease
Ming Ji, PhD; Graduate School of Public Health, San Diego State University
Modeling pre-clinical changes: statistical issues
Richard Kryscio, PhD; Data Core Leader, University of Kentucky

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