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Advancing the Science Through Research and Education

The University of Kansas Alzheimer's research program was established in 2004 by Dr. Jeffrey Burns and received the prestigious national designation as a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Alzheimer's Disease Center in 2011, one of only 31 nationally designated Alzheimer's Disease Centers in the country. At the KU ADC, we're doing more than imagining the future. We're doing the work to make it real. Join us. Be part of the progress. 

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The mission of the KU Alzheimer's Disease Center is to improve the lives of patients and families with Alzheimer's disease by eliminating the disease through research into its treatment and prevention.

Last modified: Jul 23, 2021