The Jackson Laboratory

Register for our webinar:
Improving Translational Relevance of Preclinical Mouse Models for Alzheimer's Disease

November 21, 1:00 PM USA Eastern Time (Convert this time to your time zone)


Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a complex genetic disorder, which further complicates developing and validating mouse models for preclinical research. In this presentation, we will review the limitations of traditional mouse models used in AD research that have not translated well in the clinic. We also will discuss the rationale for generating new models that more accurately represent the genetically diverse population of patients with AD, as well as best practices for efficacy testing of therapeutic candidates. Join this webinar to learn about:
  • Selecting in vivo mouse models to test therapeutic candidates for AD
  • Modeling strategies to improve translational relevance
  • Use of translatable biomarkers to validate and test potential therapeutic candidates
  • Accessing powerful, publicly available resources specific to AD research

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