Resources for Researchers
The KU ADRC can provide access to well-characterized clinical cohorts, databases generated through studies of these cohorts and biospecimens.
In addition to offering an array of standard and specialized research and educational services, we also provide a number of specialized services that allow us to characterize Alzheimer's Disease metabolism at a highly sophisticated level, from the molecule/organelle to the cell to the brain to the whole organism. We are able to support integrated metabolic studies in animal models, tissues from deceased human subjects and living human subjects.
ADRC Developmental Project Program
The KU Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and the Landon Center on Aging administer a competitive grant program to support innovative pilot studies relevant to Alzheimer's disease and brain aging. The KU ADRC will release the Request for Applications during the fall semester of each year. Contact the Program Officer, Jill Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The KU Alzheimer's Disease Research Center is organized with an emphasis on these core areas of impact: Administrative, Clinical, Data Management, Outreatch and Recruitment, Neuroimaging, Neuropathology, and Mitochondrial Genomics and Metabolism.
The KU Alzheimer's Disease Research Center invites investigators with projects relevant to brain aging and dementia to become members. Membership ensures ready access to core services, data, and project support. To be considered for membership, please send your CV to Anne Arthur, email@example.com.
The KU Alzheimer's Disease Research Center follows over 400 individuals annually. We maintain a curated database and biospecimen repository that researchers can draw from. We also provide services and expertise for procedures involving metabolism and mitochondrial function.