An online tool that helps older people monitor their brain health has been developed at the Keck School of Medicine of USC with other medical groups.
The USC Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute (USC ATRI) brought together the top minds working to find a cure for a disease that affects more than 5 million Americans at its annual partnership meeting in San Diego early this month.
Paul Aisen is one of three principal investigators that will be collaborating on Alzheimer's research with a $70 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. (USC [...]
The Trojan League Associates of San Diego County welcomed USC alums, family and friends to the USC Alzheimer's Therapeutic Research Institute (USC ATRI) in San Diego on September [...]
USC researchers say toxic, sticky proteins called amyloid plaques are part of Alzheimer’s disease, the earliest precursor before symptoms arise. (Illustration/iStock) Clusters of a sticky protein [...]
Professor Paul Aisen answers five questions on Alzheimer’s disease. (Photo/Courtesy of Paul Aisen) The researcher explains five things to know about the only disease among the [...]
Sir Isaac Newton once referred to the process of discovery as “standing on the shoulders of giants,” meaning that revolutionary science and innovation is built on the work [...]
In a person with Alzheimer's, harmful amyloid beta clusters (red) build up among neurons (green) in a memory-related area of the brain. (Photo/Strittmatter Laboratory, Yale University) The [...]