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Investigator:Martha Brumfield


Title:Drug-disease-trial model for Alzheimer's prevention drug development

Date of Request:07/22/2019




Aim 1:Develop a drug-disease trial model to optimize clinical trial design in Alzheimer's prevention




Aim 2:Submit the model for regulatory endorsement at FDA and EMA




Aim 3:Develop a graphical user interface for the model




Aim 4Make model publicly available

Investigator:Andrew Yoo


Title:Modelling Alzheimer’s disease with human neurons generated by direct conversion (reprogramming) of patient fibroblasts

Date of Request:07/14/2019




Aim 1:Developing cellular models of AD through direct neuronal reprogramming




Aim 2:Application of direct neuronal reprogramming in patient fibroblasts







Investigator:Helena Chui


Title:Biomarker Characterization of a Novel Truncation Mutation in PSEN1

Date of Request:07/13/2019




Aim 1:To describe CSF profile of AD biomarkers including but not limited to Abeta and tau subspecies in a patient with a novel truncation mutation in PSEN1




Aim 2:To describe imaging characteristics (MRI, FDG, Amyloid PET) of the novel PSEN1 truncation mutation







Investigator:Guoqiao Wang


Title:Select Eligible DIAN-OBS Participants for the DIAN-TU Primary Analysis

Date of Request:07/10/2019




Aim 1:Select Eligible DIAN-OBS Participants for the DIAN-TU Primary Analysis










Investigator:Nick Fox


Title:Psychosis in dominantly inherited Alzheimer’s disease

Date of Request:07/08/2019




Aim 1:To determine the frequency of psychosis in DIAN family members, and to explore associations between psychosis and different genotypes




Aim 2:To examine the relationship between neuropsychiatric symptoms and estimated years to and from cognitive symptom onse




Aim 3:3. To determine if there is a relationship, and any potential interaction, between psychotic symptoms and previously reported risk/modifier alleles (5HT2A receptor polymorphism, SNPs in RP11-541P9.3, ApoE status) and environmental risk factors (e.g. history of substance abuse)




Aim 44. To explore associations between neuropsychiatric symptoms and fluid, imaging and cognitive biomarkers of disease

Investigator:Nick Fox


Title:Longitudinal tau PET in dominantly inherited Alzheimer’s disease

Date of Request:07/04/2019




Aim 1:a) to understand the role tau PET imaging can play as a marker of early Alzheimer’s disease for clinical diagnostic purposes and also as a biomarker in trials of individuals with autosomal dominantly inherited forms of Alzheimer’s disease (ADAD)




Aim 2:b) to optimize static and dynamic methods of tau PET analysis in order to achieve better longitudinal consistency and reduce sources of within-subject variability




Aim 3:c) to improve understanding of when and where tau deposition occurs, and how these relationships change over time;




Aim 4d) to determine the relationship between changes in tau deposition and changes related to neurodegeneration and cognitive decline; and

Investigator:Ben Handen, Bradley Christian, William Klunk


Title:Comparing CSF biomarkers of AD in Down Syndrome and autosomal dominant AD

Date of Request:06/21/2019




Aim 1:To analyze and compare levels of established and novel CSF biomarkers (Aβ40, Aβ42, tTau, pTau, VILIP-1, Ng, SNAP-25, YKL-40, NfL, and sTREM2) between ABC-DS and DIAN cohorts.










Investigator:Randall Bateman and Gil Ribinovici


Title:Comparison between Dominant Inherit Alzheimer Disease and sporadic early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

Date of Request:06/03/2019




Aim 1:To compare clinical presentation, neuropsychological performance and cognitive decline rate between DIAD and sporadic EOAD.




Aim 2:To examine the regional distribution of tau, amyloid-β, glucose metabolism, and structural atrophy in DIAD and sEOAD.




Aim 3:To determine CSF biomarkers levels and biomarkers rate of change in DIAD and sEOAD.




Investigator:FEI HUA


Title:Development of a robust quantitative systems pharmacology model of amyloid beta and tau pathways for clinical trial design and decision making in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

Date of Request:05/24/2019




Aim 1:Calibrate the QSP model to longitudinal biomarker changes for different mutation status




Aim 2:Virtual patient creation to capture the patient variability




Aim 3:Predict drug treatment effect with virtual patient population




Investigator:Julia TCW


Title:Isogenic APOE isoform glia response to amyloid in brain organoids

Date of Request:05/16/2019




Aim 1:Generation of induced pluripotent stem cells from APP (and/or PS1) mutations




Aim 2:Differentiation of the iPSC to organoids to generate beta-amyloid aggregates and differentiation of isogenic APOE iPSC to microglia




Aim 3:Co-culture isogenic APOE 33 and APOE 44 microglia with the organoids from APP (and/or PS1) mutations




Aim 4Single cell transcriptomic analysis from co-cultured organoids