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World Research Funding & New Technologies for Alzheimers & Dementia Treatment

Published by Primary Research Group
By Annika N Alexopoulou
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World Research Funding & New Technologies for Alzheimers & Dementia TreatmentGet an in-depth report detailing the flow of funds for Alzheimer’s and dementia research worldwide

This all-new report examines the flow of Alzheimer’s and dementia grants and contracts to universities and private sector entities. You’ll find profiles on the efforts of numerous American universities including Columbia University, Harvard University, the University of Southern California, Washington University, Boston University and more. In addition, this report examines the role of non-USA universities and research bodies including Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, University College London, the French National Research Agency, the University of Toronto and many others.

World Research Funding & New Technologies for Alzheimers & Dementia Treatment also covers the flow of funds to private companies including Cognition Therapeutics, Agenbio, Cassava Sciences and more. This 82-page report also examines developments in university spinoffs in the Alzheimers/dementia area, and profiles public and private sector partnerships worldwide including the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative and the Dementia Discovery Fund. It also looks at trends in patent awards.

The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Funding report will answer questions such as:

  • What Alzheimer’s- and dementia-related companies and products are universities developing?
  • How much are scientific funding agencies spending on Alzheimer’s and dementia research, and to which areas is it flowing?
  • Which universities are getting these grants and contracts? 
  • Which private companies?
  • What new approaches and products are gaining ground?  

This report was written by Annika N Alexopoulou, who graduated from the University of Surrey with a degree in Biochemistry and holds a PhD from Imperial College London, where she worked on embryonic stem cell differentiation into cells of the vasculature.

World Research Funding & New Technologies for Alzheimers & Dementia Treatment is available to purchase for the low price of just $225 and is available in print or PDF. You can also make this invaluable resource available to your entire staff with an economically priced site-license purchase – just $295!

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