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Displaying 1 - 10 of 144 Projects
Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
High-performance plasma phosphor-tau predicts dementia, tau and amyloid PET
AACSF-20-648075 Ali Pascoa, Tharick Alzheimer's Association 2020
Characterizing the interaction between neural attention and somato-motor systems in non-demented patients with Parkinson's disease
1F32NS119375-01 WIESMAN, ALEX NINDS 2020
Exosomes as diagnostic tools for Alzheimer´s disease - EXO_DIAG_AD
2019-AARG-644347 Henriques, Ana Gabriela Alzheimer's Association 2019
Retinal Changes in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) Correlated with Cerebral Amyloid Staging, A Promising Early Biomarker in AD
GDAPB-201807-2015702 Shaked, Eliav Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2019
The Role of Perfusion MRI in Improving the Diagnosis of FTD Subtypes and Longitudinal Monitoring of Disease Progression
GC-2012696 St Lawrence, Keith Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2016
A blood test to predict Alzheimer's based on fluorescence spectroscopy
GC-2012787 Stys, Peter Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2016
Novel MRI biomarkers for monitoring disease progression in ALS
EUJPND-BC|ALS-Kalra-342 Kalra, Sanjay Brain Canada|ALS Society of Canada 2016
Validation of ocular measures as potential biomarkers for early detection of brain amyloid and neurodegeneration.
EUJPND-BC|Krembil-Black-347 Black, Sandra Brain Canada|Krembil Foundation 2016
Novel Retinal Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease
EUJPND-BC|MSFHR|GenBC|PARF-Beg-350 Beg, Mirza Faisal Brain Canada|Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research|Genome BC|Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation 2016
Non Invasive Identification of Aβ Plaques in Human Retina for the Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease
EUJPND-BC|CQDM-Soucy-356 Soucy, Jean-Paul Brain Canada|Quebec Consortium for Drug Discovery|Ontario Brain Institute 2016