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Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
Building Novel Predictive Networks for high-throughput, in-silico Key Driver Prioritization to Enhance Drug Target Discovery in AMP-AD and M2OVE-AD
1RF1AG057457-01 CHANG, RUI NIA 2017
Building a high-resolution multi-omic AD interactome with the AMP-AD and M2OVE-AD Projects
1RF1AG057470-01 HAJJAR, IHAB M NIA 2017
RHYTHM AND TIMING EXERCISES FOR CEREBRAL VASCULAR DISEASE IN AMERICAN INDIANS - DIVERSITY SUPPLEMENT RESUBMISSION
3R01AG049084-02S1 VERNEY, STEVEN P. NIA 2017
Integrative translational discovery of vascular risk factors in aging and dementia
3RF1AG051504-01S2 ERTEKIN-TANER, NILUFER NIA 2017
Mechanisms of Chronic Remote Ischemic Conditioning Induced Cerebroprotection in a VCID Model
1R01NS099455-01A1 HESS, DAVID C. NINDS 2017
Fornix Stimulation Enhances Neurovascular Plasticity in Alzheimer's Mouse Model
5I21BX003023-02 TURNER, DENNIS ALAN United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 2017
Repurposing the PDE5 inhibitor tadalafil for vascular cognitive impairment. A test of concept in older people
20140901-Hainsworth-2014 Hainsworth, Atticus Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2014
ADD ON: Sartans to Slow Alzheimer's Disease: A Randomized, Open-Label, Head-to-Head, Proof-of-Concept Study of Angiotensin Receptor Blockers Versus ACE Inhibitors in Hypertensive Mild-Moderate AD Patients using Ventricular Enlargement as Primary Outcome
20141208-BLACK-2014 Black, Sandra Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2014
Repurposing the PDE5 inhibitor tadalafil for vascular cognitive impairment. A test of concept in older people
221 Hainsworth, Atticus Alzheimer's Society UK|Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2014
A novel therapy for the treatment of dementia.
A2014280S MURPHY, MICHAEL PAUL BrightFocus Foundation 2014