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Human Genetic Variation in Neuroimmunologic Function and Neurologic Disease

June 27, 2019

Philip De Jager, MD, PhD, of Columbia University Irving Medical Center, presents his work examining human genetic variation and its role in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Part of a symposium presented by The New York Academy of Sciences, this talk was one of many on the intersection of neurology and immunology and next-generation AD therapeutics.

To learn more and view the full talk, please visit: Neuro-Immunology and Alzheimer’s Disease

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