2016 Fall ADRC Meeting presentations

For a PDF of the overall session's agenda, click the session name (e.g., DIRECTORS MEETING).
For an individual presentation, click the presentation title.

Ore core meeting

Ore core meeting presentations
Welcome and updates
Welcome
Mary Quiceno, MD, Chair, ORE Core Leaders Steering Committee; ORE Core Leader, UTSW
NIA update
Nina Silverberg, PhD, Assistant Director, ADRC Program, NIA/NIH
ADEAR update
Peggy Vaughn, Public Affairs Specialist, NIA/NIH
Alzheimer's Association update
Keith Fargo, Alzheimer's Association
African Americans Against Alzheimer's/Forget Me Not
Stephanie Monroe, Director, African Americans Against Alzheimer's
Outreach — Recruitment — Education Topics I
Community outreach, recruitment and retention of Latinos
Katya Rascovsky, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Jason Resendez, Director, Latinos Against Alzheimer's
Update on dementia with Lewy bodies
James Galvin, MD, Florida Atlantic University; Chair, NACC DLB Subcommittee
Angela Taylor, Lewy Body Dementia Association
Pepper Centers: Research education component at the Johns Hopkins OAIC Pepper Center
Karen Bandeen-Roche, PhD, Data Core Leader, Johns Hopkins University; Co-principal Investigator, Older Americans Information Center (Pepper Center)
Outreach — Recruitment — Education Topics II
RCMAR Partnerships for Native Health Initiative for Research and Education to Advance Community Health (IREACH): Mission and collaborations with ADRCs
Dedra Buchwald, MD, Satellite Core Leader, University of Washington; Founding Director, Partnerships for Native Health, Washington State University
Meghan Jernigan, MPH, Research Manager, Partnerships for Native Health
CDC messaging project
Jason Karlawish, MD; ORE Core Leader, University of Pennsylvania
Video on African American brain donation
Dorothy Edwards, PhD; ORE Core Leader, University of Wisconsin
Update on Advance Care Planning Project
Marilyn Albert, PhD, Director, Johns Hopkins University
Betty Black, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Announcements & Updates From Centers
Update on R01 to test Tele-Savvy
Kenneth Hepburn, PhD, ORE Core Leader, Emory University
Closed discussion with ORE Cores: How the Alzheimers Association separations affect the ADRCs; ADCS and ATRI effects
Josh Grill, PhD, ORE Core Leader, University of California, Irvine
Carey Gleason, PhD, Administrator, University of Wisconsin
Dorothy Edwards, PhD, ORE Core Leader, University of Wisconsin
Mary Sewell, PhD, ORE Core Leader, Mount Sinai

NP Core Meeting

NP Core Meeting
Welcome and updates
Welcome and introduction
Edward Lee, MD, PhD; Chair, NP Core Steering Committee, NP Core Leader, University of Pennsylvania
NIA update
Creighton Phelps, PhD; Deputy Director, Division of Neuroscience, NIA/NIH, and Director, ADRC Program
NACC update
Walter A. Kukull; PhD, Director, National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center
DIAN / ADNI Neuropathology Core update
Nigel Cairns, PhD; NP Core Leader, Washington University in St. Louis
Scientific symposium: Advances in mouse models of ADRD neuropathology
Generating mouse models of sporadic tauopathies using pathological tau purified from human brains
Jing Guo, PhD; University of Pennsylvania
Progranulin deficiency and FTD: Where is the connection?
Eric Huang, MD, PhD; University of California, San Francisco
Modeling FUS and C9orf72 diseases: a crucial step for therapeutic development in ALS/FTD
Clotilde Lagier-Tourenne, MD, PhD; Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Directors Meeting

Directors Meeting presentation
Welcome and updates
Welcome David Knopman, MD; Chair, ADRC Executive Committee; Clinical Core Leader, Mayo Clinic
NIA update
Marie Bernard, MD Deputy Director, NIA/NIH
Eliezer Masliah, MD, PhD Director, Division of Neuroscience, NIA/NIH
Creighton Phelps, PhD; Deputy Director, Division of Neuroscience; Director, ADRC Program, NIA/NIH
Future of ADRCs Program update
Barry Greenberg, PhD; Director of Strategy, Toronto Dementia Research Alliance
NACC update
Walter A. Kukull, PhD; Director, National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center
ADGC, NCRAD, and NIAGADS: GWAS update
Gerard Schellenberg, PhD — Co-PI, Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Consortium
Tatiana Foroud, PhD; — PI, National Cell Repository on Alzheimer's Disease
Li-San Wang, PhD; PI, NIA Genetics of Alzheimer's Disease Data Storage Site
Scientific symposium: Imaging and CSF biomarkers for classifying persons in the AD spectrum
The development and evolution of a classification system for AD biomarkers: From A to A/N to A/T/N — Clifford R. Jack, Jr., MD; Mayo Clinic
Relationship of biomarker classification for AD to cognition and cognitive decline — Elizabeth C. Mormino, PhD; Harvard University
Interrelationships between imaging and CSF biomarkers for AD — Brian Gordon, PhD; Washington University in St. Louis
Functional MR and connectivity in different AD biomarker subgroups — David Thomas Jones, MD; Mayo Clinic

NACC Data / Methods Meeting

NACC Data / Methods Meeting
Welcome and overview
Andrew XH Zhou, PhD; Associate Director, NACC
NACC database update
Duane Beekly, BS; Director of Computing Systems, NACC
Spanish translation of UDS3
Katya Rascovsky, PhD; University of Pennsylvania
Lewy Body Disease Module
James Galvin, MD; Florida Atlantic University; Chair, NACC DLB Subcommittee
Junior investigator research: Exploring the use of biomarkers for predicting Alzheimer's disease progression status
Zheyu Wang, PhD; Johns Hopkins University
Applied research using NACC data
Clinical and neuropathological characteristics of symptomatic primary age-related tauopathy (PART) — Lilah Besser, MSPH; Research Scientist, NACCM
Mixed neuropathologies in NACC and associations with clinical disease prgression — Willa Brenowitz, PhD; Research Assistant, NACC
Genetic associations with cognitive symptoms in persons with AD neuropathology — Charles Mock, MD, PhD, FACS; Associate Director, NACC

Data core leaders meeting

Data core leaders meeting
Introduction and background
Rick Chappell, PhD; Data Core Leader, University of Wisconsin
Applications to AD with sample SAS code
Chengjie Xiong, PhD; Data Core Leader, Washington University in St. Louis
Applications to AD & choice of time scale with sample R code
Scott Hofer, PhD; OHSU ADC; PI,
Integrative Analysis of Longitudinal Studies of Aging and Dementia (IALSA)
Graciela Muniz, PhD; Centre for Dementia Prevention, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

If you’re unable to find what you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

4311 – 11th Avenue NE, Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98105 |(206) 543-8637 | NACCmail@uw.edu

University of Washington

NACC is funded by the National Institute on Aging (U24 AG072122) and located in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health, Walter A. Kukull, Ph.D., Director. © 2021 University of Washington