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POINTER-zzz: Sleep Ancillary

Dr. Doris Molina-Henry funded by Wake Forest University Health Sciences, and NIH-National Institutes for Aging (NIA)

The project is an independent exploratory study investigating vascular biomarkers linked to Alzheimer’s Disease by leveraging rich ADRC data resources and examining relationships between biomarkers and other available specimen data, peripheral markers of vascular and metabolic health and cognition. Furthermore, biomarker data will also be related to brain imaging outcomes. Research activities include performing, analyzing and interpreting molecular biomarker assays, analysis and interpretation of a variety of neuroimaging applications, development and execution of clinical trial research, as well as the use of statistical tools to accurately analyze clinical trial data.

Dr. Doris Molina-Henry

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