Alzheimers Association - Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute

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In 1995, President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan joined forces with the Alzheimer’s Association to create the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute, a forward-looking initiative dedicated to accelerating progress in Alzheimer research. The Alzheimer’s Association Reagan Research Institute is a portfolio of funded projects within our grants program that serves as a paradigm for one key principle of our entire research effort — a commitment to innovative basic science exploring the broadest possible spectrum of approaches to developing Alzheimer treatments. The scope and creativity of the Alzheimer’s Association Reagan Research Institute research reflects a conviction strongly held by most experts — that successful treatments for Alzheimer’s, as for other complex diseases, will likely involve an array of strategies rather than a single “magic bullet.”

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