The Indiana Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center provides strategic planning, management, resources, and oversight for the center in support of its continued mission. This core oversees, manages and monitors the quality of center activities and functions to strengthen and improve links between faculty, community leaders and external organizations. The significance of this role is based on the compelling national plan to prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer’s disease by 2025 through innovative research on etiology, early detection, and therapeutics.
- Provide overall direction and strategic planning for research on Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders
- Ensure ongoing evaluation and oversight of scientific progress, research, and training
- Advance the IADRC goals of fostering and expanding innovative research, training and collaborative academic activities related to AD
- Serve as an effective interface to the important external organizations and promote collaboration with other national and international collaborative Alzheimer’s Disease research initiatives