September 16, 2021 — The goal of this program is to promote the continued development of newly trained clinician-researchers, or experienced clinician-researchers new to LBD, into world-class LBD investigators. This might include individuals with fellowship training in movement disorders, behavioral neurology, geriatric psychiatry, or geriatric medicine. The initiative focuses on the mentorship of young or experienced investigators committed to clinical research in the Lewy body dementia arena by seasoned, established LBD investigators. LBDA will award up to 4 awards of $4,000 (including up to a maximum of 10% indirect costs) for the mentee’s proposed project and/or mentee conference/travel costs. Mentors will receive a $2,000 honorarium.
September 13, 2021 — Please explore the various research grants available from the Alzheimer’s Association!
September 07, 2021 — The NIA IMPACT Collaboratory plans to publish a Request for Applications (RFA) for Demonstration Project Grants on October 4, 2021. Letters of Intent are required and due no later than October 29, 2021. IMPACT will fund Demonstration Projects (maximum duration 24 months) designed as full-scale, Stage IV effectiveness embedded pragmatic clinical trials (ePCT) (based on the NIH Stage Model) that test, measure and evaluate the effect of a care delivery intervention program in a health care system for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their care partners.
August 10, 2021 — The UW ADRC seeks proposals for Development Projects that advance the understanding, diagnosis, and/or treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD). We aim to fund 3-4 projects of up to $50,000 each. At least two awards will be reserved for junior applicants (Postdoctoral fellows with appropriate senior collaborators or junior faculty up to the rank of Assistant Professor). Funds would be awarded for a one-year project period, 5/1/2022 through 4/30/2023. The proposed project must be feasible within this time frame.
August 09, 2021 — The ACT project began in 1994 and has actively shared data with external collaborators to advance innovative projects in aging research. The 9th Annual ACT symposium, “The Continued Journey in the Life Course of the ACT Study and Brain Aging Research", will bring together researchers and other interested persons to discuss research related to ACT and brain aging science. Registration is now open. RSVP by Thurs. Aug. 12
August 08, 2021 — Join the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center for a 2-day virtual conference promoting the growth of dementia-friendly communities in our state. Happening September 14-15, the event is for all who want to take action to make their communities more dementia-friendly, including people with dementia, caregivers, and people who work in a variety of public sectors. Learn more and register!
June 30, 2021 — News and events from the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center/ UW ADRC!
June 29, 2021 — The UW Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center is completing Clinical Core longitudinal study visits and clinical trial visits with a combination of in-person, telephone, and virtual appointments. If you have questions or concerns, please email the study coordinator directly, or contact the research team at email@example.com or 206-744-0588.
ADRC at June 25th Immunity in Community heath fair at POCAAN (People of Color Against AIDS Network)!
June 25, 2021 — The UW Alzheimer's Disease Research Center will have a table at the Immunity in Community heath fair at POCAAN (People of Color Against AIDS Network) on Rainier Ave in Seattle, Friday, June 25, 11:00 am- 3:30 pm! If you're in the area, stop by for info and resources for people living with memory loss and loved ones, and those curious about brain health and dementia.
May 06, 2021 — Amid the challenges our whole world has faced this past year, we have been impressed and inspired by efforts of our community members to make a difference in the world of dementia research, care, and advocacy. The Spring 2021 edition of Dimensions focuses on these efforts, and more!