Data Core leading upcoming workshop

Data Core leading upcoming workshop

The Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center’s Data Core will be leading a workshop on “Scrubbing and Cleaning Sensitive Data” at the 2020 Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS) annual symposium this November 10 at 2:45pm. Registration is required here. Our team will be presenting the following project: Before analysis, data must be retrieved, scrubbed of identifiable[…]

Center kicks off new project targeting dementia in people living with HIV

Center kicks off new project targeting dementia in people living with HIV

This summer, leaders of our Center along with the Alzheimer’s AssociationMichigan Chapter received a grant from the Michigan Department ofHealth and Human Services to bring dementia awareness and education tothose living with and caring for people living with HIV. The project is in theplanning stages, and is expected to last at least three years. Due[…]

Announcing a new Research Center logo

Announcing a new Research Center logo

We are leased to announce a new logo representing our research center. The Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC) is the research arm of our larger Center and is funded by the National Institute on Aging. This portion of the Center focuses specifically on interdisciplinary dementia research through formal collaborations between the University of Michigan,[…]

Dr. Benjamin Hampstead receives promotion

Dr. Benjamin Hampstead receives promotion

Dr. Benjamin Hampstead, Leader of our Clinical Research Core, was promoted to full Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan in May. Dr. Hampstead is an expert in functional imaging and nonpharmacological approaches to enhance age-related memory function (e.g., cognitive rehabilitation and direct brain stimulation). He currently has two studies enrolling (STIM and Merit)[…]