9.13.2010 Protein-Based Biomarkers in Blood Serum Could Classify Individuals With Alzheimer's Disease Archives of Neurology, JAMA An initial analysis suggests that biomarkers in blood serum can be combined with clinical information to accurately classify patients with Alzheimer’s disease, according to a report in the September issue of Archives of Neurology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
7.25.2010 Texas Scientists on Verge of Alzheimer's Blood Test Houston Chronicle Todd Ackerman reports the latest on how TARC scientists say exam would help millions confirm & fight the disease
7.16.2010 Alzheimer's Screen May Be Possible Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Sid O'Bryant, an assistant professor of neurology, has published the first step in developing a blood test for Alzheimer's disease.
4.01.2010 UT Medicine San Antonio Physicians at Forefront of Alzheimer's Research The Mission Psychiatrist Donald R. Royall, M.D., and neurologist Gustavo C. Roman, M.D., are recruiting 500 Hispanics age 59 or older for a longitudinal study that will attempt to determine the prevalence of Alzheimer's in the Hispanic population and pinpoint risk factors.
4.10.2010 A Drug that Extends Life Span Prevents Alzheimer's Deficits UTHSC News
11.10.2009 UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas Recruiting for Clinical Trials.
5.18.2010 Changing the Trajectory of Alzheimer's Disease: A National Imperative Alzheimer's Association This report examines the current projections and costs associated with the Alzheimer crisis, as well as what Medicare and Medicaid savings are possible if disease modifying treatments were available.
4.23.2010 Texas State Plan on Alzheimer's Disease On April 23 scientists, researchers, caregivers, Alzheimer’s Association leaders and department of health officials gathered in Austin to unveil the first ever five-year Texas State Plan on Alzheimer's disease.
11.01.2009 Texas Researchers on Fast-Track to Alzheimer's Breakthroughs Generations News
04.27.2010 Alzheimer's Disease a Greater Risk for Blacks & Hispanics The Dallas Morning News A report released last month by the Alzheimer's Association highlights some startling statistics about the degenerative, progressive brain disease. While advancing age is still the biggest risk factor for developing it, blacks and Latinos are in greater danger than any other [...]