TARCC Poster Winners!!!
We are proud to announce the TARCC Excellence in Research Poster Awards for the 2022 Symposium
  • The Collateral Damage of COVID-19 on People Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia:
  • Presenting Author: Jonika Tannous, PhD, Houston Methodist
  • Other Authors: Alan Pan, MS, Abdulaziz Bako, MBBS, MPH, PHD, Thomas Potter, PhD, Stephen Jones, MD, MS, Nora Janjan, MD, MBA, Mathew Smith, PhD, MPH, Sudha Seshadri, MD, Marcia Ory, PhD, MPH, Farhaan Vahidy, PhD, MBBS, MPH

  • TREM2-Induced Activation of Microglia Contributes to Synaptic Resilience in Non-Demented Individuals with Alzheimer’s Neuropathology:
  • Presenting Author: Anna Fracassi, PhD, UT Medical Branch at Galveston
  • Other Authors: Michela Marcatti, PhD, Randall Woltjer, MD, Sandra Moreno, PhD, Giulio Taglialatela, PhD

  • Utility of an Actuarial Neuropsychological Method to Diagnose Mild Cognitive Impairment in a Diverse Population
  • Presenting Author: Anne Carlew, PhD, UT Southwestern
  • Other Authors: William Goette, MS, Jeffrey Schaffert, PhD, Heidi Rossetti, PhD, Laura Lacritz, PhD

  • A Small Molecule for Improved Survival of Aging-Relevant Neurons from Alzheimer's Disease Patients
  • Presenting Author: Shuaipeng Ma, PhD, UT Southwestern
  • Other Authors: Tianjin Shen, PhD, Baojin Ding, MD, PhD, Xiaoling Zhong, PhD

  • Cross-seeding Controls Aß Fibril Populations and Resulting Function
  • Presenting Author: Henry Pan, UT Austin
  • Other Authors: Michael Lucas, PhD, Eric Verbeke, PhD, Gina Partipilo, Ethan Helfman, Leah Kann, Benjamin Keitz, PhD, David Taylor, PhD, Lauren Webb, PhD
2023 Symposium- January 26,2023
Join us on January 26, 2023 for the next annual TARCC Symposium.

Location: AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, TX.

More details to come soon.