Dr. David B. Teplow, Professor of Neurology and Interim Director of the Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research at UCLA, was quoted Nov. 28 in a Chicago Tribune story about a study that used a human gene in mice to more accurately measure the damage caused by Alzheimer's disease.
Asian News International reported Nov. 18 on research in which Dr. Gal Bitan, Associate Professor of Neurology at UCLA, and colleagues used an innovative compound known as a "molecular tweezer" in a mouse model to break up the toxic aggregations of proteins that afflict the brain in Alzheimer's disease. Bitan was quoted.
Dr. Gal Bitan, Associate Professor in Residence of Neurology, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, was featured in the Nov. 15 Examiner.com about his development of a molecular compound dubbed a "tweezer" that, in a living mouse model of Alzheimer's, for the first time cleared the toxic proteins that have been linked to Alzheimer's disease.
Dr. Liana Apostolova, Associate Professor-In-Residence of Neurology and a faculty member of UCLA's Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research, was featured Sept. 5 by KABC-Channel 7 on so-called "super-agers" -- elderly people whose cognitive processes have not slowed.