GAAIN Article in Keck School News

Learn more about how GAAIN is changing the way researchers approach Alzheimer's disease research, featured by the Keck School of Medicine of USC.

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New GAAIN Secondary Analysis Manuscript

GAAIN allows for discovery of existing data sets to use in secondary analyses, which resulted in the manuscript "Comparison of genetic and health risk factors for mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease between Hispanic and non-Hispanic white participants" published in Alzheimer's & Dementia.

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World Dementia Council (WDC) Essay Collection

Read about GAAIN in WDC's essay collection, "Global dialogue on data sharing for dementia research: Reflections" and how we are contributing to the worldwide effort of data sharing and dissemination.


Interrogator Update Released

We are pleased to announce the latest release of the Interrogator with several exciting new features! Users can save and reload their work. We’ve used this new functionality to construct a set of highlighted analyses visible to all users. Each of these is linked to a Data Partner publication and reproduces part of the analysis reported in the paper, allowing users to explore these results in the GAAIN environment. These analyses highlight our Data Partner research, and give users several examples of how to use the Interrogator to work with variables, create cohorts, and run preliminary analyses.

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GAAIN System Tools Tutorial Series and Training

Need assistance with our tools?

Tutorials are available for the GAAIN system tools on the GAAIN YouTube channel to help users navigate the Data Landing Page, Scoreboard, Cohort Scout, and New Interrogator.

Request a training session by emailing with a few dates and times (note, we are in the Pacific time zone) and we will arrange a web-ex training session.


Media Coverage of New GAAIN Study

A study published in JAMA Neurology used GAAIN data to reexamine the link between age, sex, and Alzheimer's disease risk. Click here to see the buzz this paper is generating and read more in the following publications:


“We can use GAAIN to understand the entire landscape of Alzheimer’s disease research and identify places where additional investigation needs to be undertaken. That will be instrumental in advancing our knowledge faster. This is the wave of the future,” Dr. Arthur Toga (GAAIN’s Principal Investigator) said. Read the article here.



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