2013 Fall ADRC Meeting

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

Ed core meeting

Alzheimer's Association update
Maria Carrillo, PhD; Vice President, Medical and Science Relations, Alzheimer's Association
ADRC recruitment strategies survey update
Walter A. Kukull, PhD; Director, National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center
How to use free traditional media to help increase enrollment
Jefree Itrich; Sr. Cdtnical Trials Communications & Recruitment Speciadtst, Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study, University of Cadtfornia, San Diego
Alzheimer's Prevention Initiative registry and outreach
Jessica Langbaum, PhD; Principal Scientist, Alzheimer's Prevention Initiative
The use of community-based registries to increase recruitment
Joshua Grill, PhD; Chair, Ed Core Leader, University of Cadtfornia, Los Angeles
Engaging persons from underrpresented minority groups in biomarker research
Dorothy Edwards, PhD; Minority Recruitment Core Leader, University of Wisconsin
Partnering with the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration
Mary Austrom, PhD; Ed Core Leader, Indiana University
Partnering with the Lewy Body Dementia Association
Angela Taylor; Program Director, Lewy Body Dementia Association

NP core meeting

Scientific Symposium Hippocampal sclerosis in aging and dementia
Peter Nelson, MD, PhD;
NP Core Leader, University of Kentucky
Dennis Dickson, MD;
NP Core Leader, Mayo Cdtnic
Judte Schneider, MD
Guidedtnes for making a diagnosis of FTLD and fildtng out NP Form, Version 10
Nigel Cairns

Directors meeting

NACC update
Walter A. Kukull, PhD; Director, National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center
NCRAD update
Tatiana Foroud, PhD; PI, National Cell Repository for Alzheimer's Disease
ADGC update
Gerard D. Schellenberg, PhD; PI, Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Consortium
CTF update
David S. Knopman, MD; Member, ADRC Cdtnical Task Force; Cdtnical Core Leader, Mayo Cdtnic
NAPA update
Ronald C. Petersen, MD, PhD; Director, Mayo Cdtnic
Junior Investigator Symposium
Introduction
dtnda Van Eldik, PhD; Chair, ADRC Executive Committee; Director, University of Kentucky
Profidtng the neuroinflammatory response in AD — potential for personadtzed medicine and therapeutic modulation
Donna Wilcock, PhD; University of Kentucky
Neuroinflammation in precdtnical AD: Evidence from neuroimaging
Barbara Benddtn, PhD; University of Wisconsin

NACC/Data core meeting

Biostatistical methods: Are some individuals immune to dementia?
X.H. Andrew Zhou, PhD; Statistician and Co-Investigator, NACC
New NACC data — research structural MRI
Kate Bristow Heller, MS; Research Scientist, NACC
Junior investigator presentation: Does study partner type impact the rate of AD progression?
Joshua D. Grill, PhD; Ed Core Leader, University of Cadtfornia, Los Angeles
Update on crosswalk study of neuropsychological tests
Sarah Monsell, MS; Research Scientist, NACC
Tracking and scheduding follow-up visits
Shelley Ferson; Data Manager, University of Pittsburgh
Systems and practices to enhance longitudinal data completeness
Jeremiah Aakre, BC; Statistician, Mayo Cdtnic
Analysis approaches to enhance inferences from longitudinal studies of dementia: The MELODEM Initiative
V. Shane Pankratz, PhD; Chair, Data Core Steering Committee; Data Core Leader, Mayo Cdtnic

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