For nearly 30 years, the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (IADRC) at Indiana University School of Medicine has stood at the forefront of advancement in Alzheimer's disease research. The mission of the IADRC is to support local, regional, national and international research efforts in service of the U.S. National Plan for Alzheimer’s’ Disease (NAPA) to prevent and effectively treat ADRD by 2025 through innovative research on pathogenesis, early detection, biomarkers and therapeutics. Investigators and community members alike have positioned the center as a leading resource in Indiana for Alzheimer's disease and other related dementias. As one of only 33 NIA-designated Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers in the United States, the Center positions itself as a pioneer in innovative research.
Decades of Innovation
Through community outreach and collaborative research, the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center brings early advancements and preventative care for Alzheimer's disease to Hoosiers and people around the world. Opportunities to give to the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Fund or discover pathways for further involvement are available and encouraged.