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2017 Supporter Spotlight:
The 4th annual 'Memories for Mary' event took place in Tuscon, Arizona, founded by Mr. David Twardock in honor of his Mom. We are so appreciative of the gracious support of our Alzheimer's research program. Hosted at the Dove Mountain Golf Club and Resort, attendees and donors from all around the US have raised over $200,000 to date. We look forward to the 5th annual event (Spring 2018).
October 2017: AlzU surpasses 400,000 visitors
April 2017: AlzU.org research presented at education research symposium as oral lecture at the 2017 American Academy of Neurology Meeting Boston, MA, USA.
December 2016: AlzU.org research presented as oral presentation at the 2016 Clinical Trials in Alzheimer's Disease Conference December 2016, San Diego, CA, USA.
July 2016: AlzU.org research data accepted for presentation at the 2016 Lancet Neurology Conference Preclinical neurodegenerative disease: towards prevention and early diagnosis October 2016, London, UK.
March 2015: Featured on the NBC Today Show with Al Roker & Tamryn Hall, and collaboration with the U. of California - San Francisco
January 2015: Activities page goes live and collaborations made with the Alzheimer's Prevention Initiative and US Against Alzheimer's
November 2014: AlzU.org surpasses 40,000 visitors
September 2014: 'Alzheimer’s Prevention Education: If We Build It, Will They Come? AlzU.org' published in the Journal of Prevention of Alzheimer's disease
June 2014: AlzU.org surpasses 10,000 visitors
May 2014: Scientific article accepted for publication in the new Journal of the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease (JPAD)
April 2014: Beta-testing begins (Over 4,000 visitors)
March 2014: Collaborations established with Columbia, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Washington University, and Mount Sinai