Dr. Tanzi Presents “Alzheimer’s Disease: From Genes to Novel Therapeutics” at the University of Pittsburgh School of Health

Posted November 3, 2009

At the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Public Health last month, Dr. Rudolph Tanzi, Lead Scientist at the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Research Consortium, spoke as part of the prestigious Jay L. Foster Memorial Lecture Series on Alzheimer’s Disease.


To view Dr. Tanzi’s presentation titled, “Alzheimer’s Disease: From Genes to Novel Therapeutics,” click on the link below.


Alzheimer’s Disease: From Genes to Novel Therapeutics 


The slide show will walk you through a timeline of Alzheimer’s disease genetics, discussing the discoveries and breakthroughs of the genetic mutations related to Alzheimer’s disease. The presentation focuses on addressing the problem at the root, more fully comprehending the Alzheimer’s genes and the superiority of a personalized medicine approach to combating the disease. 

Dr. Tanzi’s presentation demonstrates to all our supporters the progress and vital importance of the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Research Consortium. Take a minute and view the presentation for yourself.


We’ve made tremendous progress already but we need your continued support. Please donate to help us find a cure and stop this devastating disease.