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Cure Alzheimer's Fund

Org #4160
Vetted since 2010
2004
year founded
$48,062
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Our mission is to fund research with the highest probability of preventing, slowing or reversing Alzheimer's Disease through venture based philanthropy. All organizational expenses are paid for by the Founders and Board, allowing all other contributions to be applied directly to Alzheimer's Disease research.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Laurel Lyle
Laurel Lyle
Team
Tim Armour, Sally Rosenfield, Laurel Lyle, John Slattery, Barbara Chambers, Jessica Mutch, Meg Smith
Organization Information
http://www.curealz.org
34 Washington St. Ste. 200
Suite 200
Wellesley Hills, Ma 02481
United States
(781) 237-3800

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2604870622
Organization Information
http://www.curealz.org
34 Washington St. Ste. 200
Suite 200
Wellesley Hills, Ma 02481
United States
(781) 237-3800

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2604870622

Project Reports

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May 21, 2018
The Microbiome and Alzheimer's Disease
The microbiome is the population of microorganisms-such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa, and others-that exist in humans, each of which may have a helpful or a harmful role. Our bodies contain...
Feb 21, 2018
Cure Alzheimer's Fund Researchers Take on APOE
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund (CureAlz) researchers David Holtzman and Guojun Bu set out to identify the best time to target APOE to limit amyloid accumulation. Of the three most common APOE gene...
Nov 22, 2017
Targeting Tau's Tangles
Finding the correct arsenal for preventing plaques, tangle formation and neuroinflammation is the holy grail for scientists studying Alzheimer’s disease. All three join together to disrupt...
 
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