Dementia and Aging
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Date/Time ET: Friday, November 19, 2021 - 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Session Title: Network Biology
Description: Cognitive decline is among the most feared complications of aging. Understanding the drivers of late life cognitive decline, particularly those that result in dementia, is of critical importance to our aging population. The Dementia and Aging SIG brings together experts in the fields of cognitive aging and dementia to discuss progress, challenges, and paths forward. This year's edition of the Dementia and Aging SIG will focus on network biology and novel genetic, transcriptomic, and epigenetic approaches to understanding dementia susceptibility and progression.
Chair: Jasmeer Chhatwal, MD, PhD, MMSc, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Co-Chair: Thomas Wingo, MD, Emory University, School of Medicine
- Understand the breadth of current network approaches to analyzing -omic data
- Understand how these approaches are being used in unique ways to ask questions about the biology
Combined Molecular and Imaging Approaches to Alzheimer's Mechanisms
Christopher Gaiteri, PhD
Rush University, Medical Center
Bernard Ng, Rush University Medical Center; University of British Columbia
Abeta-accelerated Neurodegeneration Caused by Alzheimer’s-associated ACE Variant R1279Q is Rescued by Angiotensin System Inhibit
Characterizing the Role of Genetic Variants Influencing α-synuclein Seeding Activity Neuropathologically Quantified Human Brains
Naveen Kondru, DVM, PhD
Functional Genomics Approach to Neuronal-Glial Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration
Jessica Rexach MD, PhD
UCLA Geffen School of Medicine
Epigenetic Pathways in Healthy Aging and Neurodegeneration
Raffaela Nativio, PhD
Imperial College London
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