Alzstream™

Alzstream™ Webinar: Dialogue with the National Institutes of Health on Alzheimer’s Disease

Monday, Dec. 5, 2016 • 1:30 p.m.

On December 5, 2016, we visited the National Institutes of Health for a conversation with Dr. Richard Hodes, director of the National Institute on Aging (NIA), about public and private efforts being made to advance Alzheimer's research.

Alzstream™ Webinar: Bringing Gamma Secretase Modulators to Trials

Friday, Sep. 16, 2016

Find out about the exciting progress being made with gamma secretase modulators, a potential drug therapy for Alzheimer’s, in this one-hour webinar. Steven Wagner, Ph.D., principal investigator at UC San Diego's Department of Neuroscience, talks to David Shenk, senior adviser, Cure Alzheimer's Fund, about how the modulators work and what’s being done to get them to human trials. This webinar was recorded at our annual Research Consortium meeting in San Diego.

Alzstream™ Webinar: Genes to Therapies – One Year Later

Genes to Therapies™: One Year Later

Genes to Therapies™ is the next phase of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund’s long-term plan for attacking Alzheimer’s disease from every possible angle. After locating nearly 100 gene variants that impact Alzheimer’s risk, researchers now plan to investigate the precise function of each gene, the consequence of each variant and precisely how to intervene to arrest the disease process.

Alzstream™ Webinar: Genes to Therapies - One Year Later

Wednesday, Mar. 2, 2016

Hear from Dr. Rudy Tanzi and Dr. Wilma Wasco about Cure Alzheimer’s Fund’s Genes to Therapies™ initiative one year later. This highly ambitious, multiyear, $50 million project began in 2014. 

Visit this page on or after Mar. 2 to watch. This webinar was recorded at our Research Consortium meeting.

Read about recent progress in Genes to Therapies

Alzstream™ Webinar: The Sleep-Alzheimer's Connection

Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015 • 12 p.m.

On Dec. 16, Dr. David Holtzman of Washington University spoke about his work on the connection between sleep and Alzheimer’s disease, and sleep’s possible role in managing the brain’s Abeta and tau burdens.

Alzstream™ Webinar: How Leaky Brains Can Lead to Alzheimer's

ALZSTREAM™ WEBINAR: How Leaky Brains Can Lead to Alzheimer's

Dr. Berislav Zlokovic discusses his research on the blood-brain barrier and how it becomes compromised with age, sometimes leading to Alzheimer's.

Alzstream™ Webinar: The Cancer and Alzheimer’s Connection

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 • 2 p.m.

Learn about the fascinating connection between cancer and Alzheimer's from Dr. Alexandra Newton. Alexandra Newton, Ph.D., at University of California, San Diego has been studying the enzyme protein kinase C (PKC) for much of her career. While PKC has mainly been researched for its implications in cancer, we now suspect the enzyme plays a role in Alzheimer's disease as well.