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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 14
In collaboration with , & colleagues at , we’ll be studying soon decline in bilingual (English/Spanish) patients with and 👍🏼 Sooo excited about this new project!
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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 14
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ISTAART Jul 14
The Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) has announced a request for 2-page letters of intent to submit proposals concerning biomarkers or other assessment tools. LOI deadline is 12/31. Learn more:
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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 13
📢 Remember to register for !This year it’s FREE for everyone!! 👍🏼 Enjoy 9 great plenaries (including mine on 07/31 😊), >140 scientific sessions and >2,500 posters!👌Join to participate in events! Register here👇🏼
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Ashley_E_Walker Jul 13
I am giving a talk tomorrow for Alzheimer's Afternoons! Come hear about our latest studies of large artery stiffness and the effects on the brain. (I'm a little worried that it won't be as entertaining as the GIF below.)
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Altaf Saadi Jul 13
On in medical records: 1-Patient moves from Nordic country in her 30s, now age 60s. Notes never refer to her as immigrant. 2-Pt moved from East Africa at age 15, now age 40s. All notes refer to her as immigrant. 3-Pt from Puerto Rico. Notes refer to him as immigrant.🤦🏽‍♀️
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Rachel Buckley 🐨🇦🇺🐨 Jul 13
"...longitudinal ComBat is more powerful for detecting longitudinal [cortical thickness] change than cross-sectional ComBat and controls the type I error rate better than unharmonized data with scanner included as a covariate." - using the Advanced Normalization Tools (ANTs)
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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 13
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Lucía Crivelli Jul 13
Hoy hicimos un vivo con la Dra. Lucía Pertierra con consejos para Adultos Mayores en cuarentena. Comparto el link
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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 11
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Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD Jul 11
My son recently learned that some people call me “Dr Quiroz”, so he has decided to call me that instead of mommy 🤷🏼‍♀️ “Dr Quiroz, can I have more chocolate milk?” 😂
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The AFTD Jul 10
Toxic buildup of a protein linked to and is the focus of new -funded research. The $3.3 million grant will advance studies of TDP-43, an essential protein that contributes to brain cell degeneration in people with diseases:
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NINDS Diversity Jul 10
We are delighted to share a NeuroView from our very own Dr. Michelle Jones-London: "NINDS Strategies for Enhancing the Diversity of Neuroscience Researchers."
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TOMAS SEGURA Jul 9
Ya en Brain: una descripción clínica, histológica y de neuroimagen de nuestra experiencia cerebrovascular durante la epidemia COVID-19. Gran trabajo cooperativo de Neurología, Neurocirugía, Radiología, Anatomía Patológica y Anestesia. Well done, Paco!!
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Rachel Buckley 🐨🇦🇺🐨 Jul 10
Latest from Teipel and colleagues : basal forebrain volume associated with Thal and Braak stages, while hipp volume more associated with TDP-43 and Lewy bodies (n=64 ADNI autopsy cases)
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NatureHumanBehaviour Jul 10
Racism in the biomedical community thwarts scientific advancement, reduces diversity, and contributes to health disparities. & Yasmin Hurd advocate for proactive antiracism approaches to eliminate barriers & promote equity
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Maria Carrillo Jul 10
. is looking forward to Dr. Barnes' plenary at Thank you and so many doing amazing work in disparities to
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Lisa Barnes Jul 10
Please register for this year and tune into my first plenary! Super excited to share some of the great work going on in the AD disparities space 👏🏽👏🏽😁
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Sietske Sikkes Jul 9
Lower practice effects on neuropsychological tests as indicator of cognitive decline: Congratulations Roos 🎉 with this literature overview. Read more👇
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Jeff Browndyke Jul 9
After much work, we can now unveil (on Amazon w/ shipping in Sept). "2nd ed. w/ new emphasis on women’s issues, ped. populations, heart transplantation, cardiovascular transarterial tx, and noninvasive brain stim. w/ neurocog outcomes."
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