In 2014, the Texas Council on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders launched the inaugural Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium – Investigator Grant Program, as part of the state-funded Darrell K Royal Texas Alzheimer’s Initiative. This grant program provided financial support to Texas researchers to promote novel research and discovery towards understanding biological mechanisms and developing therapies for Alzheimer’s disease.
|Paul C. Trippier, PhD
||Identification of Aß-ABAD Interaction Inhibitors for Evaluation as Small Molecule.
|Ren-Qi Huang, PhD
||Neuroprotection of nonfeminizing estrogens against cognitive deficits of Alzheimer’s Disease.
|Anson Pierce, PhD
||Does HSF1 over-expression enhance the proteostasis of TDP-43?
|Akihiko Urayama, PhD
||Effect of Youthful Systemic Milieu on Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology.
|Steven Patrie, PhD
||Computational tools for molecular proteotyping: A unique approach to Alzheimer’s disease biomarker discovery.