Ongoing Investigations

ADNI data is made available to researchers around the world. As such, there are many active research projects accessing and applying the shared ADNI data. To further encourage Alzheimer’s disease research collaboration, and to help prevent duplicate efforts, the list below shows the specific research focus of the active ADNI investigations. This information is requested annually as a requirement for data access.

Principal Investigator  
Principal Investigator's Name: dhruv agarwal
Institution: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Department: Computer Science
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Proposed Analysis: Since a significant percentage of patients have clinical and pathological features of both Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases, the patho-cascades of the two diseases might overlap. In our research, we attempt to extract the correlation between the two diseases using imaging and genetic components of the ADNI and PPMI datasets. Additionally, we explore possible pathological overlaps and potential hereditary associations between the two diseases.
Additional Investigators  
Investigator's Name: Abhishek Srivastava
Proposed Analysis: Since a significant percentage of patients have clinical and pathological features of both Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases, the patho-cascades of the two diseases might overlap. In this paper, we attempt to extract the correlation between the two diseases using imaging and genetic components of the ADNI and PPMI datasets. Additionally, we explore possible pathological overlaps and potential hereditary associations between the two diseases
  
Investigator's Name: Edward Huang
Proposed Analysis: Since a significant percentage of patients have clinical and pathological features of both Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases, the patho-cascades of the two diseases might overlap. In this paper, we attempt to extract the correlation between the two diseases using imaging and genetic components of the ADNI and PPMI datasets. Additionally, we explore possible pathological overlaps and potential hereditary associations between the two diseases