Grant History

to East Carolina University (Brody School of Medicine) from Alzheimer’s North Carolina for A Multidisciplinary Approach to Fight Senior Dementia: the Wooten Laboratory for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases Research. Qun Lu, PhD

to University of NC Wilmington, Department of Psychology for Research Project – Therapeutic Approaches to Regulate Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Rachel Kohman

to Duke University from Alzheimer’s North Carolina for the Project – North Carolina Regional Consortium for Brain Health in Aging. Kathleen Welsh-Bohmer, PhD

to Brody School of Medicine East Carolina University from Alzheimer’s North Carolina for Part II of “A Multidisciplinary Approach to Fight Senior Dementia.”  Qun Lu, PhD

to Harriet & John Wooten Laboratory for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases. Qun Lu, PhD

to Harriet & John Wooten Laboratory for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases. Qun Lu, PhD

Two winners of the Lina Mae Edwards Young Investigator Research Grants:

Jessica M. Ellis, PhD, East Carolina University: Deciphering the Role of DHA in the Development of Brain Disorders
Daniel Parker, MD, Duke University: The Effect of Exercise Mode, Amount and Intensity on Plasma Markers of Brain Aging in Healthy Adults.

Two winners of the Lina Mae Edwards Young Investigator Research Grants:

Milta Oyola Little, D.O., Associate Professor of Geriatric Medicine at Duke University: Implementation of Cognitive Stimulation Therapy
Dr. Shivani Ghoshal Assistant Professor of Neurology with Wake Forest University: Impact of TCD Cerebral Hemodynamics During Dialysis on Cognitive Decline and Cerebral Structural Change