Ongoing and completed research

With each data file request, NACC requires a brief description of the project being undertaken. These descriptions, relating to both ongoing and completed research proposals, are posted here so that investigators may:

  • browse examples of research using NACC data,
  • find citations for resulting publications, and
  • identify projects with potentially overlapping research aims.

The links below provide options for browsing proposals received to date. Unless otherwise specified, both completed and ongoing projects are displayed.

Proposals

Author
Organization
Title
Status
Wiesje van der Flier
VU University Medical Center
Identification of cognitive subtypes in AD using a statistical clustering
Complete
2018 Liselotte de Wit
University of Florida Abstract Submitted
Predictors of cognitive and functional change and progression to dementia in individuals with amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment.
Daniel de Marchi
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Applying Generative Models to find Critical Boundaries for Alzheimer's Patients
Data sent
Anna Zvikhachevskaya
IXICO PLC
Using multivariate machine-learning tools to aid early and accurate diagnosis of dementia and risk factor identification.
Complete
Zvinka Zlatar
UC San Diego
Subjective cognitive decline and objective cognition in Hispanics/Latinos
Data requested
2016 Carolyn Zhu
Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai and JJP VAMC
Relationship between apathy and depression
Published
Joyce Zhu
Vanderbilt University
Functional-Cognitive Marker of Preclinical AD
Complete
2013 Joyce Zhu
Vanderbilt University
Dissociable Facets of Executive Dysfunction and Association with Preclinical Alzheimers Disease
Complete
Wenjun Zhou
Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University
The effect of sleep apnea, APOE genotype and its interaction on
Data requested
2012 Andrew Zhou
NACC
Estimate the ROC curve and its area in the presence of nonignorable verification bias
Complete
Feng Zhou
Peking University
Establish a clinical database of AD patients in China
Data sent
Jiayu Zhou
Michigan State University Paper Published
Building disease progression models for Alzheimer's disease
Complete
2013 Andrew Zhou
NACCUniversity of Washington
Applied Missing Data Analysis in Health Sciences
Complete
2012 Andrew Zhou
NACCUniversity of Washington
Analysis of binary long data in multi-center studies with missing covariates
Complete
Yan Zhou
UCLA
A Predictive Analysis of Conversion among Normal, MCI and Dementia
Complete
Ji Zhaohua
Fourth Military Medical University
Explore the risk factors for predicting the progressess
Data requested
Tianyi Zhao
Harvard Medical School
Molecular marker identification of AD
Data requested
Yingqi Zhao
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Learning optimal individualized intervention for the prevention of Alzheimer's disease
Complete
Liping Zhao
Emory University
Cognitive Decline in African Americans and Caucasians.
Data requested
Rui Zhao
University of Kentucky
Agreement between patient self-report health conditions and their medication information
Complete
Jingru Zhang
Peking University
Two-sample tests for paired data
Data requested
Jie Zhang
The effect of sex, APOE 4 genotype and its interaction on cognition and
Complete
Jie Zhang
Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University
The effect of diabetes, APOE genotype and its interaction on
Complete
2016 Yuhai Zhang
NACCUniveristy of Washington
The association between benzodiazepine (BZD) use and dementia and/or cognitive impairment using NACC data
Complete
Qi Zhang
Vanderbilt University
Role of cholesterol in amyloid b-induced dysfunction of synaptic transmission and initiation of neurodegeneration
Complete
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