(PREDICT2) The Longitudinal Course of Imaging Biomarkers in People at Risk for AD

The PI of this project was: Sterling Johnson, PhD

This project was funded by: NIH

The term of this project was: December 2018 to April 2021

The number of subjects scanned during this project was: 10

This project is providing the opportunity to explore the early pathology that occurs in Alzheimer’s disease. The overarching hypothesis is that this pathology may explain the very earliest cognitive changes that occur in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). This project utilizes MRI scanning, PET imaging, and optional lumbar puncture to further investigate AD pathology.