The NIH will host their 2021 Alzheimer’s Research Summit April 19-22. This virtual summit will convene leading AD scientists, innovators, and public health advocates to showcase progress in Alzheimer’s disease research and ideas for supporting the goal of precision medicine for Alzheimer’s treatment and prevention.
On Tuesday, April 20, Drs Li-San Wang (Penn) and Timothy Hohman (Vanderbilt) will present their work on “NIAGADS Data Resources and Harmonization of AD Genetic, Epidemiologic and Clinical Data” during Session Two: “Enabling Infrastructure and Incentives to Improve Research Rigor, Reproducibility, and Translatability.”
Dr. Wang will discuss the resources available in The National Institute on Aging Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease Data Storage Site (NIAGADS) while Dr. Hohman will discuss Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP) phenotype harmonization.
If you’d like to catch Drs Wang and Hohman present, or view the other great presentations, you can register for the summit here: #ADSUMMIT2021
The virtual summit will be presented online April 19-22 from 10am-3:30 pm EST.