The monthly seminar, “Toward Precision Medicine for Alzheimer’s Disease,” offers a forum for investigators from across the School of Medicine, University of Washington, and partner organizations (Sage Bionetworks, Allen Institute, Seattle Institute for Biomedical Research, etc.) to discuss research projects that align with the UW ADRC’s theme of precision medicine for AD. The focus of each meeting is on identifying, describing, and detecting pathophysiologic heterogeneity in AD and related degenerative diseases, with an eye towards defining rationale and targets for treatment and enhancing the innovation and impact of our work going forward.
Upcoming: August 7th - Elizabeth Blue, UW Division of Medical Genetics/ ADRC Affiliate Member - Variants regulating NCSTN and ZBTB4 are associated with age-at-onset of Alzheimer’s disease
July 2017 - No meeting
June 2017- No meeting
May 2017 - Ben Logsdon, Senior Scientist, Sage Bionetworks/ ADRC Affiliate Member - Transcriptomic Network Prioritization of Alzheimer’s Disease Drivers (PDF)
April 2017 - No meeting
March 2017 - Daniel Promislow, Professor, Departments of Pathology and Biology, University of Washington - Systems biology of neurodegenerative disease in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster (PDF)
February 2017 - No meeting
January 2017 - Matt Kaeberlein, Professor, UW Department of Pathology, ADRC Project 1 Leader - Preventing Alzheimer’s disease by targeting the hallmarks of aging (PDF)
December 2016 - Paul Crane, Professor of Medicine, UW Medicine/ ADRC Affiliate Member - Cognitive testing data to sub-group people with Alzheimer's disease (PDF)
November 2016 - Jessica Young, Assistant Professor, UW Department of Pathology/ ADRC Affiliate Member - Probing cellular mechanisms of sporadic Alzheimer’s disease risk using patient stem cells (PDF)
For questions about this symposium, please contact Annika Noreen at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about this archive, contact Genevieve Wanucha at email@example.com.