A Different Type of Public Service: Clinical Trials

Citizen Scientist Nominee, Florida state Representative Matthew Willhite, writes about his mother’s experience with Alzheimer’s disease and GAP-Net site, JEM Research Institute. Before she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, my mom was a nurse for 30 years. Her compassion for others and her tireless strength inspired me to become a Navy corpsman, a firefighter, a […]

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Alzheimer’s Research Impacted by COVID-19

GAP-Net site, Syrentis Clinical Research, and GAP President, John Dwyer, were interviewed about the difficulties of recruiting Alzheimer’s clinical trial volunteers in the time of COVID-19, and why their involvement is important. Alzheimer’s disease researchers fear that fewer volunteers and delayed studies due to COVID-19 may hinder the discovery of important treatments for the illness. […]

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Critical Medical Research Put on Hold Amid Pandemic

GAP-Net Site, Brigham and Women’s Center for Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment, and GAP President, John Dwyer, were featured on Boston 25 News talking about how Alzheimer’s Clinical Trial volunteers and researchers are getting back on track after COVID-19 setbacks. The pandemic has put a pause on critical medical research. At Brigham and Women’s Hospital, some […]

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KU Alzheimer’s Disease Center Team Earns Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award

GAP-Net Site, the University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center’s (KU ADC) Outreach, Recruitment and Education Core earned the 2020 University of Kansas Medical Center Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award. The University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center’s Outreach, Recruitment and Education Core earned the 2020 University of Kansas Medical Center Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award. Presented […]

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