Alzheimer’s Disease

MitoQ proprietary antioxidant selected for NIA study

January 4, 2016
 

MitoQ, the world’s first antioxidant formula demonstrating ability to penetrate mitochondria in order to deliver antioxidants in meaningful levels, has been selected for the USA’s National Institute of Aging’s (NIA) Interventions Testing Program (ITP), reports the Health Science Center’s Randy Strong PhD, Read the full story at Alzheimer’s News Today

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Health Science Center President William L. Henrich, M.D. (left) poses with Cody Knowlton, president and CEO of the Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio.

$1 million for Alzheimer’s research

December 4, 2015
 

William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, president of the Health Science Center, personally thanked Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio trustees Dec. 3 for their unprecedented grant of $1,050,000 toward South Texas’ first Institute for Alzheimer and Neurodegenerative Disease. The grant is the largest in the foundation’s history.

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$1.2 million funds studies of Alzheimer’s cell biology

November 2, 2012
 

Two newly funded grants totaling $1.2 million will support studies of Alzheimer’s disease at the Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies, part of The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio.

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Scientist who discovered infectious proteins linked to Alzheimer’s, other diseases will speak Nov. 2 at UT Health Science Center

October 19, 2012
 

2012 Presidential Distinguished Lecture at The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio; event is free and open to the public

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Tiny molecule may prove big in fight against neurodegenerative diseases

May 4, 2011
 

A tiny molecule that circulates in the body in minute quantities, especially in the brain, represents a novel and promising therapeutic strategy for syndromes such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, UT Health Science Center San Antonio researchers say in a newly published paper.

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